Today’s Echo rolls out mobile app, launches giveaway for readers

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Versatile Nigerian online newspaper, Today’s Echo (TE) has unveiled an ongoing promo to reward and increase engagement with its teeming readers even as it rolls out a mobile app to enhance readers access and experience on the online platform.

 The media outfit is giving out gift cards to its readers in a special give-away that will run for four weeks.

The ongoing promo is aimed at rewarding the loyal readers of the online platform and showing appreciation as Today’s Echo moves towards its two-year anniversary.

 It has been almost two years since we launched out and we want to appreciate our teeming loyal readers with a special giveaway promo while also enhancing their access to our platform with a mobile app. With the app, readers can now access content on our website on-the-go with their mobile phones, and they can set notifications on the kind of news they like to read.

The recent initiatives are also part of an ongoing brand repositioning of Today’s Echo, which involves a tweak in the outfit’s brand identity, including a restructuring of the website;

It also involves intensifying engagements on the media outfit’s social media channels, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Youtube.

In Today’s Echo’s Download, Answer and Win promo currently taking place on our social media platforms, readers are asked to download the mobile app, answer a question and stand a chance of winning a multipurpose gift card which enables the carrier to shop in over 20 online and offline stores in Nigeria. The question to be answered can be found on the app.

The Today’s Echo mobile app is currently available for download on Google Play for Android operating system. iOS will soon follow.

Today’s Echo is a versatile online newspaper registered in Switzerland and committed to reporting the Nigerian experience across the world. Through ethical journalism, it projects stories that are true, fair and interesting.

It is a leader in providing deep insights into everyday stories around the world, revealing angles that resonate with Nigerians and those curious about Nigeria and the rest of Africa.

Today’s Echo was founded in October 2017. Since then it has released several in-depth reports on pertinent issues in different areas including politics and business.

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