Since inception in 2008, MOBILITY.ng has grown to become the most referenced and most respected mobile interest and lifestyle blog on the African continent. The site also has a strong but smaller global following. Mobile is the new lifestyle, and we are the mobile lifestyle blog. Mister Mobility shares his passion and experiences with mobiles. He has owned over 100 mobiles, out of which over 90 are smartphones.
MOBILITY according to our readers
Our readers love us because we are the fun (or non-geeky) tech blog. That’s why we don’t call ourselves a mobile tech blog. We prefer the term “mobile lifestyle”. Mister Mobility’s articles are laced with music, movies, fiction, the outdoors, travelling, and more! Everyone can understand and relate to our articles! Here:
Tech made easy
MobilityBlog Makes the most complex tech terms very simple and interesting. A must read for each day. The best I have come across. I never really liked anything techy but @MobilityBlog made me fall me in love with tech. Kudos to the team. – Timidi
Not too techie for ‘learners’ like me
I like your space here. Not too techie for ‘learners’ like me. – Bimbola
Un-geeky, gadget-crazy types love your non-tech user-friendly articles
Us un-geeky, gadget-crazy types love your non-tech user-friendly articles. – Soji
I admire your professionalism and model your dedication to your industry. Right from the days of ‘Alireta’, I have followed and found that Yomi Adegboye loves and lives the techlife.
Kudos bros. – Sandra, ekodara consulting, Abuja.
MOBILITY in the Press
Did we mention that we are well known and respected? But don’t take our word for it! Here:
- White African’s 30 Great African Tech Blogs
- WebTrends Nigeria interviews Mister Mobility
- CP Africa lists MobilityNigeria as Top Nigerian blog
- Island Explorer magazine runs feature on MobilityNigeria
- Some African Tech Blogs We Love Reading – Afrinnovator
- Mister Mobility Makes TechLoy Most Influential Technology People Of 2011 List
- Mister Mobility Interviewed By AfriPOP Magazine
- Silicon Africa’s Top Tech Blogs In Africa
- Mister Mobility appears on InfoPlay on LoveWorldPlus TV
- Top 25 Bloggers in Nigeria to Watch Out For in 2014
Share Your Own Experiences Too
If you would love to share your own personal experiences with mobile devices and services on MOBILITY, feel free to use the “Submit A Post Or Tip” link in the sidebar of any page on this site.
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Mister Mobility (or if you love to be cool, Mister Mo) has been writing since the garden of Eden and is responsible for content here. His first newspaper article was published as a secondary school student way back in the 80s. He went on to the University of Lagos where he studied Environmental Sciences and Architecture & Design. After school, however, he found love in web and mobile technologies, got BrainBench-certified in Web Development Concepts and ran one of Nigeria’s top webhosts for years. He has also spoken at hundreds of meetings since 1995.
Mister Mo loves mobiles and has owned over 100 of them. He also loves the open road and gets his adrenaline fix from driving (that’s mobile too, just in a different way). He plans to own a power bike before he clocks 70. His plan to keep fit till that ripe age is to keep dancing anywhere he finds groovy music playing loud enough.
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