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Compete? Their web browser is faster tf .

What’s the name of the browser?

Two teen brothers build mobile web browser

on May 28, 2015
in Education, News 9:15 am   /  

By Dayo Adesulu

The duo of Osine Ikhianosime and Anesi Ikhianosime have rekindled
hope in the future of nigeria as they entered their names in the
catalogue of application developers when they built a mobile web browser
that is already in use globally. Osine Ikhianosime 13, and Anesi
Ikhianosime 15 who co-developed ‘Crocodile Browser Lite’ were born of
same parents and both are Year nine and 11 students of Greensprings
School, Anthony Campus, Lagos. While both brothers write code, Anesi
designs the user interface.

Osine Ikhianosine and Anesi Ikhianosime

Osine and Anesi launched the mobile browser on the Mobango app store
before moving to Google Play Store
to try and reach a wider audience. As
you read this piece, the browser currently has around 100 to 500
downloads and they do not have ads in the app yet. They both began
developing an Android web browser, which they named Crocodile Browser
, about a year ago out of boredom.

Due to their strong interest  in technology, they decided to create a
functional, fast browser for feature and low end phones because,
according to them, “We were fed up with Google Chrome.” Osine who told
TechCabal in his pitch mail said: ‘’I write the code, my brother designs

Born April 28, 2001, his interest in computers began at age seven. It
was also at this age that he and his brother, Anesi Ikhianosime, who
was 9 at the time, came up with the idea of starting a company.

Recalling how it started, Osine said, they first named it ‘Doors’
with Microsoft’s Windows, but when they discovered that the name was
already in use, they had to change the name to BluDoors. Relating his
experience, Osine said: ‘’When we decided to learn to code at age 12 and
14 respectively, I didn’t let my uncle’s belief that it would be a
tough feat to achieve deter me.”

On his part, Anesi said: “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’,” said Anesi.
Meanwhile their mother, Mrs Ngozi Ikhianosime, who is a Mathematics
teacher said: “Osine could already use a PC before he could read at age
three. It is all he does since he learnt to code.”

The mother who ascribed the success to Greensprings Schools, said
students of the school have access to computer and internet facilities,
just as personal laptops are made available to each of them at home.
“After Anesi is through with his secondary school education, he will
attend A levels, after which he will go to MIT in Boston for his first
degree, because the university has the facilities he needs to learn.”
She said.

Their 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
in programming.

Anesi says that he’d like to develop another app that solves real
social problems, such as traffic and communication. The brothers are
releasing a new version of Crocodile Browser Lite 3.0 this April.

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Boost the eff outta this

Salute to those young brothas. Young, black geniuses

I hope they eventually create a version for laptops/desktops. I would download it in two seconds flat. 😀


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