African Innovators: Crocodile Browser Lite

With technology being a realm of infinite possibility, it is always a pleasant surprise to learn of someone doing something extra-ordinary in this sector.

This week, I turn my attention to two Nigerian brothers who have developed an app that is both innovative and access friendly.

13 and 15 year old brothers Anesi and Osine Ikhianosime have created an Android-based web browsing app that seemingly rivals the power and functionality of Google Chrome.

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G.E.M: Giving back for giving back

Last week, I spoke about how digital tools can be used to help raise awareness and funding for certain community based projects and social work.

This week, we look at G.E.M., a South African app that rewards people for taking time out to volunteer. Yes, you read that right. This app gives YOU a reward for giving back to your community. Continue reading “G.E.M: Giving back for giving back”