In Just a Week, Flaim App Records over 100,000 App Installs
Flaim App has just gotten over 100,000 downloads and active users in Google play after their recent launch in Nigeria this week. Flaim is a messaging app designed to replace outdated and insecure apps with new updates and security.
If you are hearing of Flaim App for the first time, then i can really say you have missed a lot, not too late though. Flaim App launched with a promo to all Nigeria and Ghana users by rewarding them with Free 750MB ones they download the app, more gotten by referring users.
As a Flaim App users, you will have complete power over what you share, when others share it and with whom they share it with. Also, there is a message burn features which deletes messages sent in error and even a set timer feature that deletes message based on the time set by the user.
This Fliam Nigeria App claims to not share users messages to third-party apps like Telegram has been doing, we don't know how authentic this is, but let's see if they can live up to that. Flaim App is now the fastest growing application in Nigeria, since apps like Jumia and Konga.
Derek Roga, chief executive officer at flaim, said: "Consumers have grown far savvier in recent years, particularly in the wake of events such as the Cambridge Analytical Scandal and other security breaches.
"Users understand the value of their data and are no longer accepting it being compromised. They are making smarter decisions when it comes to their personal digital hygiene and looking towards apps like flaim, which assures 100 percent encrypted security every time they use our platform.
"We believe in rewarding our users for interactions with their community, rather than stealing data from them. That is why we are launching in Nigeria with an exciting program - all you have to do is download the app and go through the simple two-stage sign up process, which will invite you to share with your friends to receive a host of rewards. It is as simple as that. We think that is pretty cool, and so do the 100,000 people who have signed up this week."