Two sisters of Anambra have developed a mobile application that promises to be in all physical markets anywhere in one online mode.
The name of the Epp app is reproduced on the word "epp" (for folk "help"), which has been floating on the Internet since last year. Epp connects service providers (or "eppers") with customers (or "lookers").
While the epperes reach a wider market through the app, viewers leave star reviews that contribute to the epp. Both Sisters Kesandu and Dumebi Nwokolo are not new to the design of applications.
They earlier in 2015 created the Cradle Count, an application on the Google Play Store that helps women count the expected date of delivery from the date of their last menstruation, all the while sending colorful daily reminders of pregnancy and childcare.
"The Nigerian consumer is selective and determined. They know what they want, and are not afraid to demand it, "they said before the launch.
"The Epp app is designed to appease your exquisite tastes by connecting you with quality and local professionals, products and services that will suit your needs. The consumer and the service provider, we are here to bridge the gap. "
Epp is designed for compatibility for Android and iOS users.