Avelgood App's focuses on developing Mobile phone apps for Nokia Asha, Nokia S40 and Windows Phone platforms.
The company's most successful product is the flashlight app called Lumina Flashlight Torch. According to the company the app had by November 2013 been downloaded over 5.4 million times since its release in August 2012
In 2012 Avelgood Apps developed the first mobile phone application that provided real time updates of Africa Cup of Nations matches. The Java ME app provided real time commentary for AFCON 2012 matches in addition to providing group tables, match results, statistics and team profiles. The app was later updated to provide coverage for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nation tournamentNoting a huge gap in the online coverage of Zimbabwean football, particularly evidenced by the lack of official websites for the national football association and the top flight league, Avelgood Apps co-developed FootballZone to be a premium source of Zimbabwe football news.
Avelgood Enterprises (Pvt) Ltd operating under the trade name Avelgood Apps was founded in 2008. The company started off exploring the development of scientific software. In 2009 it decided to focus on web related services based on the anticipated growth in demand for such services that would accompany the stabilisation and possible subsequent growth in the Zimbabwe economy following the dollarisation of the economy.
In 2012 the company changed its traded name from Avelgood Web Design to Avelgood Apps inline with the emphasis that the company was now putting on developing mobile applications.