FrienditePlus is back online after a 3-month site overhaul. Set to unveil its new look site, Emmanuel Okeke, CEO of FrienditePlus said the social network has new features, powered functionalities and its user experience is better.
“Yes indeed, we have been receiving comments addressing to us as Facebook copycat, so that’s why we have decided to come up with a different look and present to our users something very unique and totally different from Facebook and even better than what Facebook could offer,”said Okeke.
FrienditePlus is currently ranked position 14th in Nigeria according to “startupranking”
Launched last year, the social network allows users to chat,upload,share articles or photos or other docs with friends, families online. The platform was inspired by LagBook, the then fastest growing social network founded by the Nwaougu twins which was sold.
In August FrienditePlus recorded over 201,367 users and Okeke told TechMoran he had raised $40,000 from Ranok Oil International $ Sons Limited to rebrand and launch across Africa.