Zoho Corporation, a technology company headquartered in Chennai, has launched a privacy-focused browser called Ulaa, which means “journey” or “voyage” in Tamil.
A Privacy Focused Web Browser
Overall, Ulaa browser aims to provide users with a more
seamless and integrated browsing experience by incorporating commonly used
office tools directly into the browser.
Ulaa browser is a new web browser that has recently been launched to compete against Google Chrome.
One of its unique features is that it has integrated Zoho’s suite of office productivity tools directly into the browser, allowing users to access easy-to-use word processors, spreadsheets, and presentation creator tools directly from their browser.
Ulaa browser works similarly to other popular web browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. Users can open new tabs to browse websites, bookmark their favorite pages, and even manage their browsing history.
However, with the integration of Zoho’s office productivity tools, users can now easily create and edit documents without needing to switch to a separate app.
To use Ulaa browser, users can download it from the official website and install it on their device. Once installed, they can launch the browser and start browsing the web as they normally would. To access Zoho’s office productivity tools, users can click on the Zoho icon within the browser and begin creating or editing documents.
CEO Words About ULAA
Zoho CEO Sridhar Vembu said that Ulaa allows users to browse the web without compromising their privacy in an era where the internet has become a “surveillance minefield.” The desktop version is free, while the iOS and Android versions are currently in beta. Zoho also announced ongoing investment in Artificial Intelligence and the launch of 13 generative AI Zoho application extensions and integrations, powered by ChatGPT.