Fourteen AppsAfrica.com Award Winners 2019 were announced at the 5th annual Awards party in Cape Town. The Awards continue to showcase the best mobile and tech services launched across the continent, from both corporates and start-ups and this year attracted entries from 52 countries across the continent and further afield.
The Awards were kindly supported by Africa Tech Summit Kigali, Tencent, Huawei and Mobile Monday South Africa (MOMO). The 2019 edition saw over 400 applications assessed and judged by an independent panel of industry experts including media, investors, and leaders from the tech ecosystem.
AppsAfrica.com Awards Winners 2019
The AppsAfrica.com Innovation Award Winners on the night were;
Best EdTech Solution – LightSail Education for LightSail Educational E-Reader (South Africa)
Social Impact Award – IDEA Digital Education (South Africa)
Best African App – Appy Saúde (Angola)
Disruptive Innovation Award – BRCK for MOJA (Kenya)
Best Fintech Solution – Carbon (OneFi) for Carbon (Nigeria)
Best HealthTech Solution – 54gene (Nigeria)
Best Enterprise Solution – PM Connect (Africa)
Best AgriTech Solution – Aerobotics for Aeroview InField (South Africa)
Best News & Entertainment Solution – Carry1st (South Africa)
Best Blockchain Solution – RippleNami (Kenya)
Best IoT Solution – Liquid Telecom (Kenya)
Best Mobility Solution – Lori Systems (Kenya)
Best mCommerce Solution – One Kiosk Africa (Nigeria)
Changing Africa Award – Flutterwave (Nigeria)
“This year we saw entries from 52 countries and are delighted to showcase tech innovators from across the continent for our fifth edition. The AppsAfrica.com Innovation Awards provide an unbiased platform for the smaller guys to compete on a level playing field against bigger corporates, who typically dominate Awards elsewhere which is why we first set them up in 2015. Congratulations to all the winners we look forward to having them all join us at Africa Tech Summit in Rwanda next year, and a special word of thanks all entrants, our expert judging panel, sponsors and supporting partners across Africa who help each year” shared Andrew Fassnidge founder of AppsAfrica.com.