- Ghanaian author, Joseph Yaw Frimpong, has developed a reading application called ReaderApp
- ReaderApp gives authors an opportunity to provide and market electronic versions of their books to readers
- Joseph Yaw Frimpong recently sat for an interview with the Joy Business Van
Our manifesto: This is what YEN.com.gh believes in
Ghanaian creative, Joseph Yaw Frimpong, has developed a reading solutions app called ReaderApp for authors.
The ReaderApp can be accessed on mobile phones by authors who want to make electronic versions of their books available online to readers.
Just like many inventions that were developed in the midst of crisis, Joseph's app was also erupted by a necessity to get the electronic version of his new book available to readers online.
The young Ghanaian talent teamed up with his pals to build the Reader App for authors like himself.
ReaderApp enables authors to market their books online and gives readers access to an online library amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Speaking about his latest invention, Joseph Yaw Frimpong, revealed to the Joy Business Van that the ReaderApp currently has nearly 100 books with almost 1,000 users.
The app features 95 books for learning and pleasure in different categories with its specially curated content.
Readers can access the electronic library to learn or with alternative opportunities to cope or deal with stressful situations during this period of the raging coronavirus pandemic.
Joseph Yaw Frimpong speaks more about his Reader App with the Joy Business Van.
In other news, YEN.com.gh reported that Asare Bright, 18, a young Ghanaian creative’s passion for electronics rapidly gaining him attention after manufacturing moving cars from discarded objects including scraps.
With no formal education in engineering or any related course, Bright has constructed moving AB Yutong and VVIP buses and a remake of Kantanka’s luxury open-top Bugatti.
From Berekum Kato in the Brong Ahafo in Ghana, the young creative is using his rare talent to manufacture cars and other electronic gadgets.
He taught himself how to manufacture these stunning electronics and single-handedly builds his moving cars using scraps and plastics.
Ghanaian female accounting graduate and mushroom farmer recounts her experience | #Yencomgh
Have national and human interest issues to discuss?
Know someone who is extremely talented and needs recognition?
Your stories and photos are always welcome. Get interactive via our Facebook page.