Zoho has launched a new privacy-focused browser called Ulaa. The company has designed the browser to help users protect their privacy by blocking tracking and surveillance with features that allow for privacy customization, built-in browser modes, and integrated productivity tools while keeping user data safe and private.
Users can sync browsing sessions between devices seamlessly with an entire browser window or a singular tab. Ulaa has its roots in three main areas: privacy, modes, and productivity. The browser has five different modes that users can toggle between based on their desired browsing experience. The modes have been given the affix Personal, Work, Developer, Kids, and Open Season.
The bells and whistles
The browser comes equipped with ad and data tracking blockers. They should prevent tracking of user data by websites and third-party trackers and block unwanted ads, notifications, and pop-ups. Ulaa does not track or share user data with any third parties.
Additionally, it prohibits DNS prefetching and motion sensors that track mouse movement and clicks. It disables the API that allows websites to connect and communicate with devices connected to a computer’s network.
Ulaa has a multi-ID model that frequently refreshes. This should make correlating a signed-in user to a browsing session impossible, adding an extra layer of protection from tracking software.
The browser also has tab management options to view all open tabs in one place to be grouped and organized. Users can easily switch between tabs, close tabs that are no longer needed, or move them to new windows or groups.
Ulaa provides users with a safe online space for children to browse, learn, play fun games, and explore content online with the Kids Mode.
The special family-friendly mode comes with ad-free entertainment and learning games, apps that promote creativity and are easy to navigate, regardless of age.
Also read: Here’s how to protect your privacy in Microsoft Edge