At AppSheet, our goal is to empower everyone to create their own mobile apps. We do this by connecting with the most powerful productivity platforms, providing the ability to turn spreadsheets into powerful mobile tools. Since our launch in 2014, we've made big bets on Google Apps, creating integrations for Google Forms, Google Sheets, Google Drive, and Google Docs. We want to enable the more than two million paid businesses that are powered by Google Apps to build their own apps with AppSheet.
More than 90,000 Google Apps users have created apps with AppSheet in the past 14 months. We're awestruck by the level of participation we've received from Google Apps users throughout the world and we’re looking forward to turning more of those users into app creators.
That's why we are so excited to be one of the first apps that Google has included in the New and Notable section of the Google Apps Marketplace for the month of May.
“We want our customers to get the most out of their Google Apps experience by providing a simple and seamless way to connect third party apps that make work more productive and collaborative," said Rahul Sood, Managing Director, Apps and Search at Google for Work. "With the New & Notable section in the Google App Marketplace you can find powerful new apps and integrations across a range of categories that extend the capabilities of your Google Apps experience and make your teams more successful. We're happy to announce that AppSheet is one of the New & Notable apps in the Google App Marketplace for May.”
It's great to get this recognition from the Google Apps team. We’re looking forward to empowering the next million app creators.
Google Apps + AppSheet: Changing The Ways People Work
Google Apps users have created more than 100,000 mobile apps with AppSheet, serving virtually every type of industry and function.
In Wisconsin, Sacia Apple Orchards is using a mobile app that its VP of Operations built with Google Sheets to manage fertilizer and pesticide spray processes as well as FDA compliance. The app saves the business more than 30 hours of manual data entry each year.
The Seattle Youth Garden Works program, which empowers homeless and underserved youth through urban farm-based education, is using an app built with Google Forms to provide potential contributors with detailed information about the program's effectiveness, which helps garner more financial support and enables the team to reach more youth in need.
In Sweden, a fitness enthusiast and gym member at Evolve Fitness built a mobile app to manage her workouts. Evolve adopted it as its official mobile app and now provides the tool to all members when they join.
Another AppSheet user used Google Sheets to create an app for a hospital in Turkey. The app is now the master scheduling tool for all cardiovascular surgeries in the facility.
AppSheet’s feature in the Google Apps Marketplace will allow more Google Apps users like these around the world to create mobile tools that streamline their work, allowing them to focus less on process and more on accomplishing their missions.