Zula, The Professional Communication Platform, Is Now Available On Android


Zula, the communication platform that connects professionals when they’re on the move, is now available on Android. It provides users with all of the tools they’ll need to stay in touch with colleagues while they’re away from the office, including support for group conference calls, document sharing, and good old instant messaging.

If you’re unfamiliar with Zula, it’s a professional network founded by Jeff Pulver and Jacob Ner David. Pulver originally founded Vonage, the VoIP network and SIP company that provides telephone service via a broadband connection, and Ner David founded and sold Delta 3.

With its mobile apps, Zula wants to help you move away “from fragmented threads to a seamless stream of focused conversation” with a number of powerful communication and sharing tools.

Users can create a Zula conversation about important topics, then invite colleagues from a number of different platforms, including Facebook, LinkedIn, Gmail, and their contacts list. Participants can join the conversation, then choose to leave when they’re done. Zula conversations are secure and private, and only those invited can see the posts and files that are shared.

Zula also offers group conference calling that does away with phone numbers and dial-in codes, plus file sharing with Dropbox integration. It also supports push notifications, so you’ll never miss important updates while you’re out of the office.


Zula’s been around on iOS for some time, but now you can finally get it on Android, too. It’s free to download, and it’s compatible with devices running Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread and above.