Mobile applications for daily life in Sudan
The concept of shared economy has opened endless horizons of opportunities for communities around the world and Sudan is no exception. Throughout this essay dear reader, you’ll be exploring with me the some of the shared economy mobile applications that you’ll need for your daily life in Sudan whether you were a tourist, or a resident.
1) Real Estate:
i) Aqar Al-Sudan is a platform for buying, selling, and renting real estates around Sudan. It offers information about villas, apartments, and lands.
ii) Another application is “Khartoum Apartments”. It has the same concept of the previous one
2) Car rentals:
Arabatak is a platform that enables you to rent cars.
3) Buildings maintenance:
Souq Al-Sajjana is an application that offers you the ability to order technicians, electricians, and plumbers to fix you buildings’ issues.
Bank of Khartoum is one of the most efficient banking applications. The services that it offer other than ordinary transactions include: electricity, rechargeable mobile credit, charity, and etc.
For retail goods, Dukani is the right platform for getting them.
As for the fruits and vegetables, Fresh would be the one to order from.
6) All in All:
Maksab is one of the weirdest platforms you’ll ever see in Sudan. It’s like an Uber application, but instead of the idea of taxi, it’s for providing any kind of service you can think of in your mind! The application provides services for buildings and electronics maintenance, gardening, hinna for ladies, foods, engineers. It’s more of a short-term freelancing platform.
For ordering products from online shops, you can use Amir. It provides electronics, clothes, books, furniture, toys, home-made products, groceries and other consumables.
Taxi applications are alike and they are very similar, but the one with the best user interface is “GO”.
9) Food delivery:
There are several and similar food delivery apps but, Yalla Na6lob is the one with the biggest crowd.
10) Medical Consultation:
“Balsam” is a doctor consultation mobile application. Patients can open the app and ask your medical questions to our highly specialized doctors and get their answer in quicker time. Instead of waiting for hours to meet a doctor and paying a lot of money.
11) Professional Medical Services
“Doctor On Call” is a Sudanese door to door primary healthcare delivery service that aims to link doctors and medical professionals with the patients at the timing and location chosen by the patient.
Multiple specializations are available in the same mobile application. The services include: on-site doctor consultations, imaging to lab tests, tele-medicine and etc. These services are available in both the application and our call center, and are available on-demand 24/7.
In conclusion, these were some of the most popular useful apps in Sudan for daily life. I hope that you’ve found this essay fruitful of benefits.