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There’s a plethora of services available in Zoho, from online word processor to CRM. And each Zoho service has a separate team working on it. Naturally, each team’s priorities vary and we will see how this relates to the subject of this blog.

Recently, a user asked us the browsers supported by Zoho. The simple answer is Firefox (2.0 onwards) and Internet Explorer (6.0 onwards). But to know what browsers each Zoho service supported, we made a simple form application in Zoho Creator like below and sent it to all the teams, asking them to fill the required info.

Zoho Creator form

And we heard back from all the teams within an hour! The page below lists the browsers supported by each of the Zoho services.

Another of our users asked about the languages Zoho’s UI is available in. For this, we created a Zoho Sheet and shared it with the teams. And the info got filled up as in the below Zoho Sheet.

A special mention is to be made of how Zoho Sheet handles UI translations. They have opened it up for the community to help them customize the UI for different languages. No wonder then that Zoho Sheet supports the most number of languages! (Think other Zoho teams will follow suit in adopting the same strategy)

Previous posts on the ‘How we use Zoho apps in Zoho’ topic :

We have used Zoho Creator extensively for solving many of our internal needs. We will profile such apps in the coming days. And to the readers of this blog, do let us know in the comments (or write to us) how you are using Zoho Creator, Zoho Sheet and other Zoho services for your personal / business needs.

  1. Pat

    Zoho Mail is listed here as providing full support for Opera and partial support for Safari.I found both work well — with one exception. The “Keep me signed in” feature doesn’t work in Safari or Opera. (Both work in Chrome and Firefox.)(My experience with these browsers is on Mac OS X Lion and Snow Leopard.)

  2. Pat

    Zoho Mail is listed here as providing full support for Opera and partial support for Safari.I found both work well — with one exception. The “Keep me signed in” feature doesn’t work in Safari or Opera. (Both work in Chrome and Firefox.)(My experience with these browsers is on Mac OS X Lion and Snow Leopard.)

  3. Ramesh

    @Jean-Michel Mermet: Can you share the spreadsheet to support at zohosheet dot com so that we can look into this issue?

  4. Ramesh

    @Jean-Michel Mermet: Can you share the spreadsheet to support at zohosheet dot com so that we can look into this issue?

  5. Arvind

    Maarten : Most Zoho apps work on Chrome. But a few features still don’t work as intended. You can try Zoho in Chrome and use it if you are satisfied. My preference is Firefox 3.

  6. Arvind

    Maarten : Most Zoho apps work on Chrome. But a few features still don’t work as intended. You can try Zoho in Chrome and use it if you are satisfied. My preference is Firefox 3.

  7. Maarten

    Does this mean that not one Zoho app is supporting Chrome?

  8. Maarten

    Does this mean that not one Zoho app is supporting Chrome?