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Mobile applications are slowly transforming African society.Over the past few years, more and more Africans are turning to their mobile phones for services.These stretch from banking services to agricultural advice and, now, dating.With 20% of Africa’s 1.1 billion-strong population now online, and 70% of internet users using mobile phones, the impact of applications is set to reverberate across social, political and economic spaces.This dating platform is used by over 25 million people worldwide.Grindr Countries: Kenya, Madagascar, Mauritius, South Africa, Swaziland, Tunisia An app specifically designed for homosexual or bisexual men, Grindr is a social network that allows gay, same sex, bisexual men to chat and meet each other.With more than seven million guys in 192 countries, the app claims that “there are always more than 300,000 guys online at any moment!

The app is fully integrated with Facebook, allowing users to browse and upload photos, see who likes them, and see who messaged them.

Users can swipe right to like or left to pass and if someone likes them back, it’s a match.

They can then have the option of chatting with a match or snap a photo to share a moment with all of their matches at once.

The uptake of apps across the continent has been surprisingly high, in Kenya 99% of internet access is from a mobile device, 61% of views on BBC’s mobile site are from Nigeria and in South Africa 84% of mobile users have downloaded a mobile app.

According to Mobi Thinking Africa, the top mobile activities for mobile-only users are related to apps: downloading games (55%), downloading music (54%) and social networking (52%).

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