Malawian boy in Turkey develops a messaging App Rabbit Messenger

Hamid Wakili is a Turkey based Malawian web developer who has gone an extra mile to design an app called Rabbit Masseger. Just like others before him, Wakili believe the app will put Malawi on international map.

The App which is available on Play Store and Apple Store has among others features for instant messaging, voice and video calls. The App also allows users to share video, audio and picture files. Unlike WhatsApp which limits users to 100 people per group, Rabbit Messenger allows unlimited number of people on a group.

Artists having a good chat on Rabbit Messenger Group

Artists having a good chat on Rabbit Messenger Group

“I started developing this App long ago and I finally managed to develop all features last year. It has been on trial for some time and now, it is finally in stores for serious use among people. I believe I will get more users from Malawi,” explained Wakili, a 24 year Turkey based Malawian developer and entrepreneur.

According to Wakili, the primary advantage of Rabbit Messenger is that it accommodates slow networks and people can make very clear voice calls even on 2G Networks.

A number of Malawi celebrities have already tried the messenger and have spoken highly about the application.

“I never knew we had something like this developed by a Malawian. This is surely something worthy promoting on Buy Malawi Campaign. This application, if given proper support can inspire a lot of Malawians for international achievements,” explained Malawi’s celebrated photographer Ben Sam.

According to Piksy, Rabbit Messenger is “cute, cool, fast and less stressing. I love it.”

To download the application, below are the links according to your phone’s system:
Play Store:

Apple Store:

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