They are on BBC

Inspired by Google Chrome, they named their browser Crocodile Browser Lite. Focus on Africa went to meet them at their home in Lagos.

Which tends to happen when you get a shoutout from Marc Andreesson

https://twitter.com/pmarca/status/607050622890696704

They even trended on Hackernews

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Amazing how much press these boys have gotten since this.

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But we all know that it’s not news until it’s on international media.

Now that “everyone” knows, I can’t wait to see what happens next.

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