Zoho Corporation, the Indian tech company building enterprise management solutions has launched Ulaa, a privacy-centric browser, to safeguard users’ personal data.
Launched today, the browser comes with some in-built capabilities like universal block tracking and website surveillance among other features.
With Ulaa, users can also sync the browsing sessions between devices: Either an entire browser window or a singular tab
The company adds that Ulaa does not track or share user data with any third parties. ”DNS Prefetching is prohibited in Ulaa, so data cannot be cached, nor can motion sensors to track mouse movement and clicks. Ad and data tracking blockers in Ulaa prevent unauthorized push notifications, pop-ups, and time tracking.”
Ulaa also disables the API that allows websites to connect and communicate with devices connected to your computer or wifi network.
The browser also comes with integrated productivity apps, including Zia Search for existing Zoho users, Text2Speech, and Zoho Notebook, a dedicated note-taking space that works across all tabs. Ulaa includes Annotator, a new, built-in feature that can add annotations directly to web pages and images.