The former Patricia boss, and ex-staff of Paystack, Oluwaseun Odunsanya has launched a new payment solution app, called Sqaureme.
Squareme is an app targeted at millennials and Gen Zs, as aims to be Africa’s one and only CashApp.
Benefits of Squareme
It is designed to help users master their finances by socially educating users with practical tools and knowledge on how to spend, save, and donate wisely.
The new app aims to make sending and receiving money as easy as sending a text message, a campaign they tagged #simplemoney.
It also allows users to make payments and transfer money using only their phone number anywhere in the world.
The Founder’s Remark
With the mission to make financial transactions simple and straightforward, Squareme is eliminating the need for users to carry cash or credit cards.
“The app focuses on the need to make regular financial transactions easier and simpler. Additionally, it gives individuals the opportunity to leverage their personal connections for financial empowerment,” Odunsanya said.
“Users can easily access all functionalities due to the interface’s thoughtful design. As we move forward, we hope to make improvements to the existing interface,” Odunsanya added.
Stating the objectives of the app, the founder stated that Squareme is working to provide the simplest and most dependable cashless payment system for young, tech-savvy Africans. He added that the app provides a free, secure peer-to-peer platform with an intuitive user experience.
Squareme will use an individual’s mobile phone number for authentication and a bank account for billing. The app also established a user verification authentication and encryption process to ensure the overall security of your wallet.
How To Download Squareme The App
You can download the Sqaureme app from the Google Play store right now. iPhone users can also benefit from this, but the iOS Version would be available in a few weeks.
The app is available for download on the Google Play store via this link.