Wednesday, October 28, 2020
Life Style

Huawei drops App for Every Type of Woman


The modern woman is faced with many challenges, including juggling family life, a full-time job, and social obligations. This is evident in the way they manage their lives whilst taking care of themselves and their loved ones.

Huawei has recognized the complex role that women perform on a daily basis and has structured its Huawei AppGallery to serve the needs of SA’s modern women.

Huawei’s “An App for Every Type of Woman” campaign is centred around women’s month, it showcases handpicked apps matched with different characteristics, interests and lifestyles of a broad range of women.

Here are a few of the specially curated apps that are showcased:

For the financially savvy woman …

For the financially savvy woman who may also oversee the finances of the household, three apps are recommended.
SnapScan is a mobile payment app that allows users to pay for things with their phone, including in-store and online transactions, bills, donations, electricity, airtime and sending money. There’s also a wallet function that can be used for budgeting. The app is secure and uses a four-digit pin or a fingerprint.

22seven helps users manage their money easily. Users can link all their bank accounts and transactions to the app, set and manage budgets, find insights and tips on handling their money, and plan their financial goals.
The Absa Banking app consolidates all of Absa’s financial services into one platform, allowing users who have an Absa account to bank on the go. From managing accounts and transactions to obtaining statements and blocking lost or stolen cards, this app is a handy companion.

For the safety-conscious woman…

Users can use Namola, SA’s top personal safety app, to request assistance from a range of emergency personnel including private security companies, police, public emergency services, metro law enforcement, fire and rescue services, traffic officers and medical help, through a panic button. Location sharing is also available for both the user and loved ones, allowing for the tracking of movements, as well as a safety newsfeed that contains important safety information.

For the woman who has to remember everything…

The Out of Milk app offers shopping, pantry and a to-do list function to help you remember what you need to buy and prioritise your important daily tasks.

For the series and movie binger…
Showmax app, SA’s subscription video-on-demand giant, features an array of local content including TV shows, movies, kids’ shows and documentaries, all in an ad-free environment. A recommendation engine helps users find suitable content, and a bandwidth capping feature helps users save their data while still enjoying the entertainment.

For the shopper…

For the woman who loves to shop, the Loot app gives users access to millions of products in the palm of their hand. This app takes the stress out of shopping, allowing users to browse and purchase from the comfort of their home. With more than 17-million products across 17 categories, there’s something to be found for everyone.

For the sports fanatic…

Sports lovers will love the SuperSport app, home to the World of Champions. From soccer, cricket, rugby and golf to tennis, netball and more, this app will keep you up to date with the latest news, fixtures, scores, results and highlights. The only limitation is that you must be a DStv subscriber to have access to the app.
For the news junkie

No matter the interest or lifestyle, there’s an App to be explored on Huawei’s AppGallery for all types of women.

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