Do you still remember what were you doing at the age of 18? Playing video games? Watching TV plays? Or hanging out with friends? Some apparently weren’t able to position themselves in a life like that. Ji Yichao, also known as PeakJi online, developed the first version of a full-fledged iPhone browser dubbed Mammoth in 2010, when he was 18, all on his own hands.

That was two years ago.

And yesterday at a special event held in a cinema in the northern part of Beijing, Ji with his team launched three new products, including the latest Mammoth 5, JigSaw (a multidimensional data visualization toolset) and Zine (news aggregator).

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Ben Jiang

Listener of startups, writer on tech. Maker of things, dreamer by choice.