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Google acquires AppSheet



„Google acquires AppSheet to bring no-code development to Google Cloud“ – that was the announcement on Techcrunch on January 14.

With Appsheet, companies have the opportunity to create their own mobile applications without programming knowledge. These are based, for example, on data from Google or Excel sheets from GoogleDrive, Office 365, Salesforce or Dropbox. There are numerous sample apps – for example a Sales Lead Tracking App from the area of sales and marketing.

Despite the acquisition of Google, integrations such as those with Office 365 are to remain in place. Further information can be found in the blog post of Amit Zavery, Vice President of the Google Cloud, and in the blog post of the AppSheet CEO, Praveen Seshadri.

We remain curious to see how AppSheet will develop further under the Google umbrella.

Image: AppSheet

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