‘Eldest smartphone app ever’: Sena Mobile app gets over 1.8 million downloads, adds 6.6 million users
A new smartphone app is getting over 6.5 million downloads and counting.
Galaxy phone app Sena was created to let people save energy and save money.
The app allows users to pay for energy by scanning a QR code and then paying with credit card, debit card, or PayPal.
It allows users with a smartphone to check how much energy they’re using, check the cost of the energy, and pay it back.
The user pays by clicking on the credit card to get the energy bill.
The cost can be adjusted based on the amount of energy that’s being used and how much the user is spending.
Users can also view the energy cost of other nearby appliances.
The app has more than 1.4 million users.
“Sena is an incredible app, and we’re thrilled to bring it to your device,” said Mark Rippenheim, founder of Sena.
“We’re excited to bring this energy saving experience to a new generation of consumers, who are going to have the most efficient, cost-effective energy.”
The app is available in the US, UK, France, Italy, Australia, and South Africa.
The Android version of the app is also available for free.
Users have been downloading the app on their Android phones, iPhones, and iPads for months.
Users in the UK and Ireland have been using the app for years.
“We’re very excited to be working with the Sena team, and the support they’ve shown us so far, to bring Sena to our devices as soon as possible,” said Eben Gieringer, chief technology officer at energy retailer EnergySense.