Zoho, a leading technology firm, has introduced a novel app named Ulaa, with a strong emphasis on privacy. The app aims to assist users in securing their personal data by universally blocking tracking and website surveillance, enabling users to remain anonymous while surfing the web.
According to Norton, 85% of global adults want more measures to be taken to safeguard their online privacy, with a significant number feeling that technology companies have excessive control over their personal data. To address these concerns, Zoho has unveiled Ulaa, which offers users a privacy-centric browser, ensuring that users do not have to compromise their privacy while browsing the internet.
Veerakumar Natarajan, the Kenya Country Head of Zoho, stated that “Zoho’s business model prioritizes privacy, enabling us to provide users with a conflict-free, privacy-centric browser. With Ulaa, users can now browse the internet without jeopardizing their privacy, an essential feature in today’s surveillance-infested online world.”
The newly-launched browser is named Ulaa, derived from the Tamil language, signifying the commencement of a secure browsing experience. The app has three primary pillars: privacy, productivity, and user mode, and is designed to protect users from tracking and surveillance.
Ulaa is a valuable tool for those who value their privacy and want to protect their personal information while surfing the web. The launch of the app comes at a crucial time when online privacy has become a growing concern, and the need for technology solutions that ensure users’ privacy is of utmost importance. The introduction of Ulaa and Zoho’s dedication to privacy and innovation further demonstrate the company’s commitment to providing users with reliable and efficient technology solutions.