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Google acquires app development platform AppSheet

Google LLC acquired no-code application development platform AppSheet for an undisclosed amount.

Following the transaction, the AppSheet team will join the Google Cloud team and will continue providing support to new and existing customers. AppSheet customers can continue to integrate with non-Google cloud-hosted data sources, such as salesforce.com inc. and Dropbox Inc., and to access its app on Apple Inc.'s iOS and web browsers.

The Alphabet Inc. unit said the transaction will allow customers to "develop richer applications at scale" using various Google applications and technologies.