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Video app to let Africans watch Nollywood movies free

The VysilHq Network, an African start-up, has released the BETA version of its Nollywood video streaming app “Video Moja.” According to the developers of the app it is expected to: “Change the way individuals stream Nollywood videos online.”

The app, which is currently in BETA, offers users – according to the company – the following:

– App is free
– Supports mobile and desktop versions
– Includes top African Nollywood categories in Action, Comedy, Drama, and Romance
– Clean navigation and an easy to use design
– Allows user to add movies to their favorite list
– Each video has a synopsys and information
– New movies are automaticall added every week
– Comes with an option for Wi-Fi Only Connection

The developers also revealed that the app will soon be adding more content from Ghana. To test out the Beta, at your own risk, on Android click here.

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