Google announces “App Maker”

Google announces “App Maker”

Until fairly recently, the development and creation of apps was a task accomplished only by seasoned coders and programmers. However, Google’s newest product offers businesses and users the opportunity to create their own apps with little to no programming language required. The goal is to compete with Microsoft and similar platforms for app creation and make the app development process easier for anyone. If you are interested in designing your own app but don’t have any programming experience, continue reading to learn more about this development.

Google released App Maker as a full-service solution for businesses that need apps but do not want to hire a developer to fill the role. Business owners can use the drag-and-drop features of the service to bring in data, information, and files from other G Suite apps like Gmail, Google Calendar and the like. This makes it easy to integrate new apps into the existing business infrastructure.

Once the app is finalized and launched using Google's App Maker, it can be managed just like any other existing G Suite app or program. App Maker was designed to create apps that serve a specific purpose in business, such as time-tracking and order-processing.

Although this service is quick and easy for users without programming experience, App Maker also offers more in-depth programming options for those who want to be a bit more creative with a built-in scripting editor option.

Many businesses are looking to go serverless in many of their business endeavors, and with App Maker, Google takes note of that concept and embraces it. Google App Maker is a cloud-based tool, fully integrated with the G Suite of Google product offerings, making it an easy and versatile tool for businesses to use and share with managers, employees, and more.

If you think that App Maker is the right solution for your business app creation needs, contact us for guidance in the process of generating your first app for your business using Google's App Maker.

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