Young Nigerian Coding Brothers Featured On BBC


Aseni and Oseni Ikhianosime are Nigerian brothers who developed a mobile web browser called Crocodile Browser Lite. BBC Africa paid them a visit in their Lagos home and they revealed the inspiration behind Crocodile browser.

According to them ,

“Crocodile Browser was inspired by Google Chrome. We really liked the early version (of google chrome) and we decided to mimmick some of the features on our own browser. Crocodile browser tends to speed up your browsing because of some special codes that we used.”

“It took us 8months to complete all the codes and push out the first version on playstore (in september 2014)

Aseni revealed that the progress of the browser is slow due to lack developers that will help speedup the development of the browser.

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Aseni and Oseni are both secondary school students of Greensprings school Located at Anthony Village in Lagos. During his freetime , Aseni loves to play with his computer while Oseni spends his free time playing piano and sometimes football.

You can watch the full interview on BBC

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