Two Nigerian teenage boys have developed a web browser named Crocodile Browser Lite, which can load faster and serve as an alternative to Google Chrome which takes more time to load.
Anesi, 13 and Ikhianosime 15, who are sons of the same parents, attended Greensprings School, Anthony Campus, Lagos.
According to Urban Intellectuals, the parents of the whiz kids are firm supporters of education and technology, so they were raised to aspire high and this has gone a long way to aid their creativity.
It was learnt that the duo started their Tech career at the age of 7 and 9 after being inspired by the Microsoft Windows platform.
They decided to form a technology company and named it Blu Doors. Their zeal for self-development led them to start learning coding at age 12 and 14 and were able to build a web browser at 13 and 15.
The prodigies have aspirations to study at MIT in the United States where they feel the educational opportunities, resources and access to technology for the career development would be available.
Finally, Crocodile Browser Lite was developed when the kids got tired of waiting for Google Chrome to load on their mobile phones, so they decided to find an alternative by applying their knowledge of coding.
The Crocodile Browser Lite 3.0 will be available on Google play store very soon. However, other versions of the browser are available in Google Store and already has over 500 downloads.