Mobile Web Ghana was at the first ever apps awards ceremony in Ghana dubbed TopApps Award which took place at the Kofi Annan ICT Centre in Accra on 27 September 2012.

The event began with each nominee introducing thier apps followed by a presentation of nomination certificates to all nominee’s. iKwery and Farmerline of Mobile Web Ghana also received nomination awards.

The event was well attended by the tech community in Ghana and a few students from the Kofi Annan ICT Centre.

An air of expectation hovered over the room as the winner of each category was announced. Dropifi emerged as the Top app of the year 2012 and 233Law followed.

The following are winners of each category

1. Most Innovative New App – Adbrooks
2. Webapp of the Year – Dropifi
3. Top User Experience App – Dropifi
4. Entertainment App of the Year – Fm Live
5. Social App of the Year – 233Law
6. Top App Developer of the Year – Kwaku Danso (Yougora App)
7. Top App Company – Yougora
8. Mobile App of the Year – 233Law
9. SMS App of the Year – HeiJulor
10. Top App of the Year – Dropifi

Institutional awards were given to Ashesi University, MobileWeb Ghana and MEST for their contribution to the development of apps in Ghana.

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Eli Sabblah

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