Zula, a startup from Jeff Pulver, a co-founder of VoIP success story Vonage, and serial entrepreneur Jacob Ner-David, is hoping to make your life a little less reliant on your inbox.

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Zula, a startup from Jeff Pulver, a co-founder of VoIP success story Vonage, and serial entrepreneur Jacob Ner-David, is hoping to make your life a little less reliant on your inbox. The app combines elements of enterprise collaboration and communication tools, as well as mobile messaging giants like WhatsApp, for a tool that targets enterprise but could also find a home with personal users as well.

The team’s priorities seem to have shifted slightly since the last time Zula popped up on our radar — at the time the Zulians were informally referring to themselves as working on a WhatsApp for businesses, but these days they’re much more amenable to the notion of opening up the app to the masses.

Today’s Zula isn’t a purely business play, as the team now looks as it more as tool for teams of all sizes to communicate more effectively. It certainly doesn’t…

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