Samsung Electronics East Africa in partnership with iLab Africa has today launched eight new locally designed mobile applications. The applications developed by young Kenyans were unveiled during the 2nd edition of the Samsung App ‘Show N Tell’.
The Samsung App ‘Show N Tel’l event aims at bringing together local app developers under one platform to present their innovations as part of a research development.
The local application (apps) developed today include:
App Wakili – this app enables lawyers to easily access legal information in Kenya.
National Assembly and County Assembly App– allows Kenya National and County Assembly law makers to access standing and order papers on tablets and mobile phones.
Kenya Wildlife Service Guide App-enables tourists locate national parks, conservancies, reserves and amenities within the parks.
Laikipia Wildlife Forum App– this app accolades environment conservationists’ efforts within Laikipia Conservancy.
KCA University App-the app delivers content to students, ranging from information on extra-curricular activities it also allows for course registration and enrolment of new students.
Halal Kenya App– provides a list of Halal certified establishments and their locations, and allows users to review them.
Uganda Legal App-this app helps lawyers, magistrates, judges and law students access legal information in Uganda.
Pharmacy &Poison Board (PPB) App-this app enables PPB inspectors register and authenticate pharmacies and their employees in real time and make the information available to the public.
More applications (apps) are set to be launched in the next months.