Avelgood Apps Announces Its 10 Millionth Download; as it Transforms the Mobile Development Scene in Zimbabwe | Avelgood Apps

Avelgood Apps Announces Its 10 Millionth Download; as it Transforms the Mobile Development Scene in Zimbabwe
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On 25 November 2014 Avelgood Apps reached the 10 million download milestone from all its apps. The company’s most downloaded app Lumina Flashlight Torch had earlier in the month surpassed the 9 million download mark.

Avelgood Apps is a mobile apps development firm based in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe and its apps have now been downloaded a cumulative 10 million times, which is a huge achievement. Avelgood published its first app, a flashlight app on Nokia Ovi Store in August 2012 and within 3 months the app had already gotten a million downloads.

In a Facebook post Avelgood Apps CEO, Gift Gana, said “We are excited to share that today we registered our 10 millionth download from all our apps across all app stores. This is a huge achievement only made possible through your support. Just want to say thanks a mil!”

Avelgood’ portfolio of app includes Lumina Flashlight Torch, Twigle Bird Song Id, BMI Calculator, IntelliTools, TV Size Calculator, AFCON 2013 Mobile App, Derivatives and Integrals and Metal Detector. The apps are published on Apple App Store, Windows Phone Store, Nokia Ovi Store and Opera Mobile Store.

The majority of downloads (8.8 million) were on the Nokia S40 and Asha & Symbian platforms on Ovi Store as shown in the chart below. This was followed by 1.16 million downloads on Opera Mobile Store where Avelgood won the Opera Top Apps Award 2013 for its BMI Calculator app in the Sport & Health category.

Avelgood Apps Downloads

Below are some stats on Lumina Flashlight Torch from the Nokia Store.

Lumina downloads by country

Lumina downloads by country

 

Lumina downloads by device

Lumina downloads for top devices

 

Avelgood Apps started publishing for iPhone and Windows Phone this year with their innovative audio recognition app for bird songs, Twigle Bird Song Id. The app is meant to help make it easy for people to identify birds. It records the song of a singing bird and tries to find the closest match.

Composite Screenshots

 

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