I know how annoying it is whenever I recieve all those spammy messages on my phone, sometime I might be expecting some money from someone when I reciece such silly messages I happily hurry thinking it’s a bank alert, unfortunately I get a stupid message telling me. “Hello you have won 1,000,000, blah blah blah blah blah”. This is so common especially in Nigeria, if you stay in Nigeria you must have experienced this annoying messages from either your networks provider and other Value Added Service (VAS) providers.

Android Message Moderator (Binga)

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Okay! Enough of that annoying message, how do I mean? Today I introduce to you an Application (Binga) that helps filter the messages you get.

Binga is new app by Nigerian developer Mohammed Isma. According to the developer, “Binga scans the signature of incoming text messages to block any message detected as spam. We do this while respecting user privacy and not transmitting any user data.”

I’ve been using this android for sometime now and I can testify of the good work and its been impressive so far. Ever since I started using it, I’ve not recieves those fake messages that males me happy, thats a good one anyway.

Why You Should Use Binga App

  • Binga is free to download and easy to use
  • Binga runs in the background to fight every detected spam messages
  • Binga works on all android phones
  • Binga is a mobile police policing your data from predators
  • Binga does not require any registration at all.
  • Binga ensures that all your messages are from real people and not from telecom robots

Binga Android Application is lightweight and free (but ad supported). I guess every Android user and bb10 users too would like it. You can download it here.


  1. Hi Larry

    This app is completely new to me – never heard of it before so thanks for bringing the awareness about it. I guess it is different from country to country but where I am in the Virgin Islands we get very limited amounts of messages like those. There have been occasions in the past yes, but the network providers will quickly let us the users know that they did not send the message and that it is a scam or spam.

    What I do get is a lot of scam/spam emails telling me about winning large sums of money in countries I have never even been in before or that someone left a huge inheritance for me and to provide my bank details etc. As always, I ignore them.

  2. Hi Ma’am Yvonne,
    It’s good you don’t reply such spammy mails, as for that of messages, here in Nigeria, we get alot of them and they can be very frustrating, esspecially when you are expecting an important message. I guess you are lucky this time that your network providers don’t disturb you, unlike they do disturb us.

    Thanks for stopping by.

  3. Hi Emmanuel,

    Hehehe… It’s a funny one over there @ your comment, so if it wasn’t created by an African you wouldn’t have had interest in it? Beside, it’s a nice app, and every android user must have it.

    Thanks for your comment.

  4. Hi Larry,

    Most of the time people get these type of annoying messages. I mean many companies send messages which are of no use. For sure people need these type f applications.
    You have done a great job by letting us know about Binga.
    Thanks for the info.
    Hope you are having fun this weekend.:)


    • Hi Ravi,
      It’s good to see you here once again, Binga is a wonderful app when it comes to hiding spam messages and calls, I get irritated whenever I see messages that are off point from my person.

      It’s good you like Binga.
      Thanks for stopping by.


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