eNaira speed wallet app disappears from Google play store | why eNaira app was removed

eNaira speed wallet app disappears from Google play store | why eNaira app was removed

eNaira speed wallet app Nigeria
eNaira speed wallet app Nigeria

The Central Bank of Nigeria’s (CBN) eNaira fast wallet software, which was released on Monday (25/10/21), has been removed from the Google Play store.

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eNaira speed wallet app

eNaira speed wallet and eNaira speed merchant wallet are two applications for the eNaira.

Since their debut, the two applications have received critical feedback from Nigerians who were dissatisfied with the CBN’s lengthy registration process.

According to Google Play, an app can be removed from its store for violating policies.

Minimum functionality is one of the policy’s contents.

The Google Play policy states, “At a minimum, apps should provide users with a basic degree of functionality and a courteous user experience.”

“On Google Play, apps that crash or display other behaviors that are inconsistent with a functional user experience are not authorized.”

eNaira speed wallet app

“If the number of ratings on a certain app drops to one, Google can remove it – a good example is Garba Adamu’s Crowwe app,” he said.

“In this instance, it’s also possible that the author/developer is attempting to resolve technical issues with the software.”

eNaira speed wallet app

The withdrawal, according to CBN spokesman Osita Nwanisobi, was done to allow the apex bank to update the app’s functionality.

He explained, “There’s an upgrade going on, and I assume it’s ok now.”

The ‘eNaira Speed Merchant Wallet’ version of the mobile application for merchants is still available for download.

The software, which has over 10,000 downloads, has received some negative feedback.

Both the eNaira speed wallet and the speed merchant wallet apps are still accessible for iPhone users on the App Store.

Meanwhile, the CBN has issued a warning to users, stating that it will not be held liable for any loss originating from or in connection with the use of the eNaira website.

This was revealed in a statement on the eNaira website by the apex bank.

“In no event will the CBN, its directors, officers, employees, independent contractors, affiliates, or agents, or any of its or their respective service providers, be liable to you or any third party for any use, interruption, delay, or inability to use the eNaira website,” according to the CBN.

Many customers had issues with the app after installing it from the Google Play store.

The major challenge they had was enrolling to generate a wallet that would allow them to use the services.

“Lost revenues or profits, delays, interruptions, or losses of services, business or goodwill, data loss or corruption, loss resulting from system or system service failure, malfunction, or shutdown, failure to accurately transfer, read, or transmit information, failure to update or provide correct information, system incompatibility or provision of incorrect compatibility information, or breaches in a system’s security or  for any consequential, incidental, indirect, exemplary, special or punitive damages, whether arising out of or in connection with the use of the eNaira website.”

To this end, the general public is advised to remain careful of fraudsters who have made it their mission to take advantage of naïve Nigerians.

Members of the public should always seek clarification on information concerning the eNaira speed wallet app by visiting the eNaira website: www.enaira.gov.ng, phoning the eNaira contact center at 080069362472 or visiting any CBN branch near them, according to the apex bank.

The eNaira’s official social media handles are:

Facebook: www.facebook.com/myenaira;

Instagram: www.instagram.com/myenaira and

Youtube: www.youtube.com/myenaira


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