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What is Google App Maker?

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A G Suite program that builds apps

Available to Business G Suite accounts, users can create a project as easily as creating a Google Doc or Google Sheet.

Run your app and data on Google Cloud SQL

When building your project, you can connect elements, like a form, to a database. This process is actually seamlessly done for you by Google. Anytime the element is interfaced with, the database is automatically updated.

Build your apps in-house

This is a unique offering by Google. Now, any company running G Suite can build apps under their G Suite account. No part of the app is reliant on third-party software, meaning it's more stable and likely less costly.

Google-proven security of all data

App Maker Developers build right inside Google infrastructure, meaning it enjoys the same security as your Gmail message or Google Drive document. By having your security needs essentially handled by Google, your project budget will save a significant amount of resources and time.

Save time and money on database management

When building an app, it takes a lot of back-end effort just to build the database that's connected to each UI element. For example, for a simple form, we'd have to code PHP/SQL to create fields of data and meticulously ensure security functions. With Google App Maker, a UI element is dropped onto the canvas and automatically Google creates a database in Google Cloud SQL. You'll have full control over organizing your datasources and Google provides a visual interface of the your datafields. This is not only user-friendly, it keeps Google Cloud SQL within a secure shell by managing user interaction with the database.

Link Javascript and CSS libraries to add more functionality and custom style

With the hundreds of function-specific JS libraries available, you can quickly add a new feature to your app without coding it yourself. Also, responsive CSS files can style your elements, providing a richer experience for your users.

Sharing access to your app securely

You may publish to app publicly, share it with just other company G Suite accounts or publish parts of the app to specific roles.

Build a Google-based workflow to significantly lower operating budgets

App Maker is especially good at making intranet sites, where different pages/portals can perform various business functions. The beauty is that Google only wants you to build what you need to do, instead of traditional CRMs that give more options than are necessary.

Google paid $25 million at auction for the rights to .app

Budgets reflect priorities. Google outbid all rivals (including Amazon) in pursuit of a domain extension that could serve as a platform for all users, from businesses to developers to consumers. This investment signals to all businesses that Google is out to build a highly competitive product for them to utilize.

You can now buy domains with Google at domains.google

Easily purchase domains at domains.google

Simply log in with your preferred Gmail/G Suite account and search domain availability. Your domain purchase automatically provides Privacy Protection, something Google believes their users always deserve. Other domain sellers will typically charge around $7/year.

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A domain owned and operated by Google

Companies have already paid attention, with .app scoring a faster adoption rate by big brands than previous extension. Google has earned the confidence, having godfathered much of the internet while maintaining a secure yet collaborative experience.

A .app website will allow previews of mobile apps

App companies will be able to better market their apps if users can visit their website and try out the features in real time without having to download/configure the app first. This is a much better experience than images/video previews and should significantly improve download conversions.

A unique branding opportunity

Companies like Hotels.com and pets.com use the .com domain in their brand name to signify their web-based business. Consumers today know and use apps, which is likely the reason Google thought this domain name would be easily understood and adopted in the mainstream. It indicates that the site is more than a professional business, it’s an app that offers a service, can provides support and delivers a dynamic user experience.

Google paid $25 million at auction for the rights to .app

Budgets reflect priorities. Google outbid all rivals (including Amazon) in pursuit of a domain extension that could serve as a platform for all users, from businesses to developers to consumers. This investment signals to all businesses that Google is out to build a highly competitive product for them to utilize.

You can now buy domains with Google at domains.google

Easily purchase domains at domains.google

Simply log in with your preferred Gmail/G Suite account and search domain availability. Your domain purchase automatically provides Privacy Protection, something Google believes their users always deserve. Other domain sellers will typically charge around $7/year.

A possible home on the web for bitcoin companies

Within the first few weeks of selling .app domains to the public, there was a unique trend noticed by domain watchers: Bitcoin companies. Just like the stocks themselves, these domain names were bought up at a rapid pace compared to other industries. Note, the domain '.eth' is also trending for bitcoin company branding.

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