and 15 years of Greenspring school, Anthony campus, Lagos state , have created
an Android -based novel web-browser called crocodile browser lite for the sole
purpose of out dating or to rival giants, Google Chrome. The juvenile talents
who happen to be brothers decided to build their own web browser called the crocodile
Browser lite after getting exhausted/tired of Google Chrome.
These teenage geniuses taught themselves
how to code properly, with immense support and encouragement from both their
school and parents; they have achieved this extraordinary creation/invention.
Without retraction, the crocodile browser lite is on Google play store.
said he actually writes and formulates the code alongside his elder brother,
who is extremely vast in the design domain.
available in Google play store, is a functional, fast browser for low end
feature phones. Both Anesi and Osine likes soccer and seemingly baseball but
coding is predominantly a hobby for them, which is rare at such tender age of
13 and 15.
began at the tender age of 7, the same age which he and his brother –who was 9
at that time (born June 1, 1999), decided to establish their own company.
Inspired and motivated by Microsoft’s “Windows” platform, they initially labeled
their new company ‘Doors’, but later changed the name to ‘BluDoors’ when they
found out that the initial name was not available for grab. The two brothers
decided to learn to code at ages 12 and 14 respectively. According to one of
“I learnt to code by myself. I started in 2013, I used sites like Code Academy, Code Avengers and books like ‘Android for Game Development’ and ‘Games for Dummies’
to dominate the technology worlds in the nearest feature. Anesi said that
currently this web browser is free to download and will continue to remain free.
I remember telling my younger brother, Anesi that we can do it, lets keep the
spirit lightening. Top tech gurus today didn’t achieve success miraculously, it
was as as result of hard work and dedication, fortunately he upheld to my
advice, today we have done it. Am so happy.
father Mr Philip Ikhianosime, who is the Head of Management Services
and Human Resource Manager at an Insurance Company says the
boys developed interest in PC usage very early. He agrees as well, that
his children’s school is very instrumental in their continued interest
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father Mr Philip Ikhianosime, who is currently the Head of Management Services
and Human Resource Manager at Insurance Company says the boys developed
interest in PC usage very early. He concurs as well, that his children’s school
is very instrumental in their continued interest in programming.
The juvenile brothers Anesi and Osine,
initially launched their browser on the Mobango app before taking it onto the
Google Play Store so they could go viral in terms of traffic and outreach. Their
browser currently has approximately 500 downloads, but no ads yet. The two
brothers plan to release a new version of their browser, Crocodile Browser Lite
3.0, come this July.