Latest updates shows exciting, must-have features

You can now be informed about breaking news with our push notifications, read articles offline with the function 'Pulse to go' and mark your favorite articles with the favorites function. Mobile App

The Mobile App is created to enable readers gain access to the platform conveniently from their mobile devices all with one touch.

Our new, updated app is everything you can ask for – your one-stop access point to getting unlimited access to politics, entertainment, music, lifestyle and much more in and outside Nigeria. Now you can get the latest gist, download music, watch trending videos, 24/7!

You can also share all of these exciting and interesting content with friends and family on social media or directly through e-mail. You can sign up to our free e-mail newsletter as well so you don’t miss anything.

Some of the new features of the updated Mobile App are:

  • Reduced download size to save data for users.
  • Upgraded app loading times and usage speed for optimal experience.
  • Upgraded app loading times and usage speed for optimal experience.
  • Tested notification features to be fully used in updated version. is dedicated to delivering at your doorstep breaking news, the hottest gist and so much more in real-time as we have steadily become one of the most reliable and credible news sources in Nigeria.

The App is available for free download for Android and iPhone users.


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