Third Dimension- Kenyan Android App for the world bank developer challenge

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An Android application to enable user to view climate data in 3 dimension. In one map, you can be able to view the monthly and yearly rainfall and temperature. You just need to select the country or region and view the 3D graph.

Good stuff but it does not stop there. This app was  entered for the  world bank developer challenge. The competition is at voting stage to determine the most popular application by the public. The developer Mr. Gerald Kibugi at the moment needs your vote to propel the application to position 1 and put Kenya on the ICT map.

The voting requires just two steps that will take you less than 5 minutes. I\’ll be very greatful if you give me five stars.

Here are the steps:

First register  https://wbchallenge.imaginatik.com/wbchallengelogin.nsf/Registration?OpenForm

You will get a confirmation email sent to your inbox/bulk/junk to activate your registration. Click on the link that you will find in the email to activate your account and login.

Use the link below to vote for \’Third Dimension\’ application by Gerald M. Kibugi

https://wbchallenge.imaginatik.com/wbchallengeidc2.nsf/IdeaIDsOK/0.393148699168383USAA-8SFJMC?open&login

On the right side of the page, there is a section written \’Rate this submission\’ with five stars, click on the fifth star to vote.

You can view the application\’s video and download the application from the same page.

Note:

While still on the mood, head to  Bake blog awards voting page and vote for your favorite blog in Kenya. Thanks

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Kennedy Kachwanya
Lead Blogger at Kachwanya.com
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