Nigerian brothers who built mobile Web browser are getting worldwide recognition

The story of these brothers who developed their "Crocodile Browser Lite" mobile web browser 'out of boredom' have continued to generate praise and adulation for the boys.

The two teenage brothers, Anesi and Osine Ikhianosime.

The two teenage brothers, Anesi and OsineIkhianosime, who developed a mobile browser are now being recognised by various media outlets all over the world.

The story of these brothers who developed their "Crocodile Browser Lite" mobile web browser 'out of boredom' have continued to generate praise and adulation for the boys.

They have trended on Hacker News, been on the BBC and even got a shoutout from Marc Andreessen, coauthor of the first widely used mobile web browser and co-founder of Netscape, on Twitter.

Its amazing how far the boys have come from this article.

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