Low code app platform FileMaker Go hits 4 million downloads
Tuesday, September 25, 2018
FileMaker Go for iPad and iPhone, the low code app workplace innovation platform is enjoying ongoing popularity for its ease and speed in creating custom mobile apps using.
FileMaker, Inc. has said that its FileMaker Go app for iPad and iPhone has reached 4 million downloads from the iTunes App Store. This milestone is a testament to the enduring success and popularity of FileMaker - and they say it underscores the company’s commitment to helping organizations of all sizes work better, solve problems and innovate.
FileMaker Go is a free app that runs FileMaker-based custom apps on iPad and iPhone. Forty-three percent of U.S. employees now work remotely at least some of the time, according to a 2017 Gallup Report, so organizations need a tool that can be flexible and fit their specific needs. FileMaker’s Workplace Innovation Platform empowers users to create, share and integrate custom apps with the mobile capabilities required of today’s workplace trends.
This latest achievement was buoyed by the recent release of the FileMaker 17 Platform. Organizations of all sizes, from start-ups to Fortune 500 firms, use the FileMaker Platform to create custom apps that solve their unique challenges and meet their business goals. The FileMaker 17 Platform release focuses on innovative updates for mobility and development to make custom apps even more versatile. Apps can be deployed on-premises or in the cloud.
“For more than 20 years, FileMaker has been enabling problem solvers to use their imagination and creativity to drive innovation in their organizations. Today’s problems often center around adapting work processes for an increasingly mobile workforce. The FileMaker Platform continues to address market needs, enabling our customers to do the same.” Ann Monroe, vice president of worldwide marketing and customer success said.
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