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Africa's biggest online store Jumia comes to Windows Phone

Jumia

Jumia (jumia.com) is one of the largest online shopping sites in Africa. It was founded in 2012 and has offices in Nigera and Egypt. Think of it as the Amazon or Alibaba of the African continent. They recently launched a Windows Phone app. Find more details and the download link below.

While Jumia has operations in a handful of countries, only five currently support the mobile app. That said, we don't imagine it being too much longer before other African countries join in on the shopping fun.

Here are the countries you'll find support for Jumia on mobile: Nigeria, Kenya Morocco, Egypt, and Ivory Coast.

Here's the app description of Jumia for Windows Phone:

The Jumia app is your window to Africa's biggest online store where you can shop the widest selection of electronics, fashion, home appliances, kid's items and more and have them shipped directly to your home or office at your convenience!

Get spoilt for choice as you view and shop your favourite and trusted brands, 24/7 from anywhere, at the most fair prices with much needed help from expansive product content, reviews and ratings all for absolutely FREE.

Jumia Screens

We're not in African currently, so can't download the app. But we wanted to share it for those who might find it useful! Let us know what you think of the app and Jumia!

Thanks for the tip Latiff C!

QR: Jumia

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Africa's biggest online store Jumia comes to Windows Phone

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Ah, an app from my home country gets featured on wpcentral. Cool. Not used the app though, use the website more, well, their big competitor over here is konga. Also an online store, no idea if they have a native app though.

It feels good to see an app from my country featured here.
So used to the website but glad we now have mobile app.

Jumia is pretty popular here in Nigeria. Konga is popular too with their official app been available for sometime now. Olx too. As always, official apps are always welcome