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Pulwama Tales: Software Company launches alternative to UC browser

Creates social browser, social pocket app to get all social media platforms in one app, Working on many projects, want to have our own app store: Says Company head

Jahangeer Ganaie

Pulwama, Nov 13 (KNO): A software company at South Kashmir’s Pulwama district has successfully launched DUC browser available on google play store which is an alternative to UC browser, banned in India after India-China stand-off.

Y-Tech Software Pvt Ltd Company in Pulwama has developed DUC browser which has good speed and features and preserves privacy as well.

Chief Exceutive Officer (CEO) of the company Yasir Shakoor from main town Pulwama, who is a BCA student told news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), that he along with three more friends started working on to launch an alternative browser after India banned 53 apps and after working for around a month, they were able to launch this app which is available on google play store.

He said that this app allows one to download videos with a just single tap and it has more features than the UC browser were having besides that it provides fast browsing and the ability for secure browsing experience.

“This is an initiative so that more people will join us, who will work with us and very soon we can have our own app store,” he said, adding that more features are being added to the existing DUC browser and updated accordingly.

“The application is just 6 MB and works on even on Android version two phones,” he said, adding that “very soon new apps will be launched.”

He said that recently he developed social pocket app containing over 50 social media apps. “By using this app, space can be saved and phone functions faster,” he said. “There is no need to install social media apps separately as this app contains all important and popular social media apps.”

Co-founder of the company Rehaan said that they are working more things jointly which includes web developing, computer software besides applications and they are hopeful that many more youth of same field will join them—(KNO)