No Code Tools

46 Best No Code Tools I'm Loving for 2024 (Free & Paid)

I love absolutely everything about no code, and it’s been so exciting to see the number of new apps and platforms being launched pretty much every single day (well, almost feels like it anyway). I share my top favourites I've been regularly using for my own personal projects and clients for all things growth and marketing.
August 11, 2022
Dan Siepen
No Code
January 2, 2024
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Author: Dan Siepen (Founder & Editor)
I've been a Growth Marketer for 8+ years (eCommerce/DTC 6+ years), and love developing strategies and executing channels for eCommerce/Shopify brands. I've used hundreds (and hundreds) of software tools to help execute on key strategies for eCommerce growth, and I'm here to help highlight which tools, software and apps can help you scale your store.
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Just when you thought there was something that would always require a developer to be involved… bang! A brand new no code platform has been released. It’s absolutely epic and so exciting for anyone working in tech whether you’re a marketer, developer, product manager, or being a founder.

In the early years as a growth marketer, there were so many areas in tech, marketing and product, that required custom development work, such as building advanced workflow integrations between apps, or building content marketing experiences with some fancy animations. 

Even just getting together some quick prototypes to get a concept together for investors would require to fork out some cash, but now it costs almost nothing to get some pretty damn awesome together to get paying customers. 

However, there are now hundreds of options across multiple categories that now have no code solutions, or at the very least, there is a low code tool option (which may involve some development work). 

Either way, the software platforms I speak about in this guide have provide a more convenient, cheaper, and more accessible avenue for non-technical personnel to build some really cool stuff. 

So it’s without further ado, let’s get into my top recommendations of no code apps I’ve had so much fun using. 

App Development

1. Bubble

No code tools are steadily gaining steam among founders and startups, and one software development platform that is getting attention is Bubble allows you to create your app without needing to understand any coding languages or having to learn how to code. This makes app creation easy and hassle-free for you. Founded in 2012, Bubble has now more than a million users and a current Series A funding worth $100 million. 

Why I love it

  • Bubble is absolutely awesome. It's a great UX and make it easier to build functioning SaaS applications and products that you can sell to real users.
  • It has all the bells and whistles to build real commercial SaaS products such as logic, authentication, dynamic content, and so much more.
  • They have a great community ecosystem with an engaged forum, as well as a good amount of templates and plugins on the Marketplace.
  • Provides secure deployment and hosting for your web applications.
  • Includes email and SEO integrations and other customer engagement tools that you might be using already.


You can try out Bubble for free which lets you explore the platform's core functionalities. To unlock more premium features, you can opt for their Personal ($29/month), Professional ($129/month), or Production ($529/month) plans.

2. Pory

Relatively new in the no code development landscape, was founded by self-taught coders Luannie Dang and Samantha Wong from Australia. And in just two years, it has grown steadily to become one of the fast-rising stars in the industry. Currently, the platform is used by more than 10,000 creators and founders globally and has even caught the attention of Udemy founder Gagan Biyani. Pory even guarantees 10x faster work turnaround with a very minimal investment. As of press time, Pory is also looking forward to including workflow automation into's core functionalities, so this is something that you might want to keep an eye out for. 

Why I love it

  • Pory features a drag-and-drop interface that is perfect for first-time users with no coding background. 
  • Integrates with your favourite apps for a better and more streamlined workflow. 
  • Gives you full control over what other users in your team can view, create or modify.
  • Pory's workspaces help you collaborate efficiently with your team and stay on point.


You can try it out for 14 days and then you can choose from any of their Basic ($18/month), Professional ($49/month), and Enterprise Plans. 

3. Adalo

Another pioneer in this new era of no code tools for UX design, Adalo is quickly gaining the attention and funding that it deserves. With a sleek, intuitive, and modern design, Adalo makes it easy for you to create stunning user experiences without any coding knowledge. You can use their drag/drop interface to create beautiful interfaces without any coding background, as was intended and envisioned by its co-founder Ben Haefle. Originally named Foundry, Adalo now has a Series A backing in just 17 months from its launching. It managed to earn the confidence of Tiger Global where the latter invested $8 million for its sustained growth. That speaks volumes about how it's is shaping up to be the go-to UX platform for start-ups and founders looking for a no code tool to build epic apps.

Why I love it

  • Use the drag/drop building pieces to build applications that real users can use. Great for MVP development and market testing for early-stage founders.
  • Adalo helps make your app more engaging by connecting or linking your app to your websites.
  • Using database spreadsheets, you can get from prototype to a real web app in a fraction of a time.
  • It includes over 25 professionally designed components such as lists, payment channels, navigations, buttons, and more.
  • Configure dynamic activities inside your app, such as notifications, real-time changes received from your website and related pages, and even add several Zapier integrations.


Adalo's core functionalities are free to use to create an unlimited number of apps. If you need access to more of the advanced features, then you can invest towards their $50/month Pro Plan or $200/month Business Plan. 

4. Glide

Glide Apps is a web-based platform that enables users to convert data from spreadsheets into mobile apps that work on iOS, Android, and other devices. This saves users time and effort since they do not need to create app designs from scratch. Building complex web applications with Glide is quite simple and pretty straightforward. The application's visual editor is simple to use and data can be displayed in scalable blocks, making it easy to interact with and update. Data changes or modifications are reflected in real-time in so you can stay on top of it. Established in 2018 in San Francisco, California, Glide Apps now has a total funding amount of $23.8 million and a user base of half a million. 

Why I love it

  • Spreadsheets can be turned instantly into software or any working app using Glide, and these apps look and function well on any mobile platform. 
  • The platform provides automation features so you can trigger actions to do almost anything. 
  • Glide lets you connect with your data wherever it is residing - via Google Sheets, Excel, or Airtable. Any changes to your data are immediately reflected and shared within your app and data source, and vice versa.  


It's free to use for up to 3 apps and 100 public users. Visit the pricing page for more info about all available features.

5. Landbot

If you need a chatbot to maximise your customer's journey, then you have to try Landbot. It focuses on automating customer support for startups. Their chatbot can be used to resolve customer problems, answer customer questions, provide customer updates and handle sales inquiries. In addition to this, Landbot can also be used to grow your customer base by creating lead gen campaigns. Launched in 2017, the app is headquartered in Barcelona, Spain. They have a total funding amount of just over $10 million to date and cater to more than 12,000 businesses. 

Why I love it

  • Landbot automates conversations with customers and leads in order to capture their attention and achieve higher conversion rates - all without the need to write a single line of code. 
  • To make conversations more lively, it uses building blocks and custom designs that can be accessed within a single user interface. 
  • Seamlessly integrate chatbots into your workflow and integrations. You can easily integrate with any of your essential tools. 
  • And speaking of integration, what I also like about Landbot is that you can use it to create chatbots that work with WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger so you can easily reach out to your customers and visitors across their messenger of choice.


It has a forever-free Sandbox Plan that gives you free access to Landbot's key features. For more advanced features and higher chat limits, you can check their Starter Plan (€30/mo), Pro Plan (€80/mo), or the customisable Business Plan. 

6. Makerpad

This next entry basically brings together all the best features of the no code movement into a convenient teaching portal. Makerpad is a collaboration platform that helps users automate their work processes. This platform offers a wide variety of 3rd party tools and templates to help users build projects and automate their work without any coding at all. Makerpad also offers training to help users learn how to use these various platforms and no code tools effectively. Acquired by Zapier in March. 2021, Makerpad has also recently received its seed funding from Arka Venture Labs and other investors for a total amount of $3.7 million. 

Why I love it

  • More like a learning resource portal, Makerpad offers free training curriculums for anyone that wants to learn the rudiments of no code web app development. 
  • You can search the extensive library of resources by topic, or you can browse by category to find the perfect tool for your next project.
  • Makerpad is a great resource for anyone from beginner coders to experienced developers. The platform offers a wide variety of templates and tools that makes it easy for users to automate their workflows. It's also great for collaboration, as it allows multiple people to work on the same project simultaneously.


Using Makerpad is absolutely free and a great springboard to explore the many tools that you can utilise to fit a specific business need or interest. 

7. Voiceflow

Similar to Landbot, Voiceflow also offers chatbots to help businesses automate their customer service. But what sets Voiceflow apart is its powerful artificial intelligence capabilities for voice apps. Voiceflow's AI allows it to learn how you speak and respond to customer queries in a way that is natural and humanlike. This results in fewer customer service calls, faster response times, and improved customer satisfaction. This tool is perfect for businesses that need to automate their customer service processes, but don't have the time or resources to do so manually. Voiceflow powers conversations at thousands of organisations and Fortune 500 companies.

Why I love it

  • You can design and create epic voice apps with contextual conversations through its no code and user-friendly canvas.
  • It makes it easy to share work with collaborators and get feedback. You can also easily test interfaces (whether it is voice or chat) and hand off designs to developers.
  • Publish your voice app, webpage or launch your app in a single click using Voiceflow  - without any coding, to any platform of your choice.


They offer a free Starter Plan that lets you manage up to 2 projects. For unlimited projects and other features, you may choose from either Team Plan for $40/month or their custom-priced Enterprise Plan.  

8. Thunkable

Thunkable offers an easy-to-use, no code design platform that lets you create mobile apps that both look and work great on Android and iOS devices. Its powerful integrations with third-party services also offer more flexibility and features, allowing for a more complete app experience. Its user base is quite extensive, with more than 3 million app creators now using Thunkable across more than 184 countries. It is currently based in the US with a Series B funding of more than $33 million. 

Why I love it

  • It has a really good intuitive drag-and-drop design canvas and strong logic blocks let you reap all of the advantages of a native phone and tablet device.
  • Thunkable comes with built-in capabilities that maximise any app's potential by tapping into sensors, Bluetooth, camera, and virtually all mobile hardware features. 
  • Though Thunkable does not offer pre-built templates, it's flexible and powerful enough to accommodate any ideas that you wish to recreate in a mobile app. You can also easily customise your app to better meet the needs of your users while building brand loyalty and staying true to your brand name.


Thunkable's free tier offers a higher project limit as compared to others. With this plan, you get access to up to 10 projects and 2 project downloads per month. If you require more than what its free tier offers, then you can opt for the Starter Plan for $15/month, or its Pro Plan for $45/month. For larger organisations, there are also the Business and Team plans that are more customised to meet each company's unique needs.    

9. AppSheet

It's no surprise that Google eventually joined in the no code movement with the introduction of its Google AppSheet. Originally created by Praveen Seshadri in 2014, Appsheet has become one of the most popular and widely used no code development tools for mobile apps recently. What is admirable about it is that it consolidates all of your data coming from various sources such as GSheets or Forms, Excel, and Smartsheet. Salesforce and more, and creates powerful apps that can be used for efficient project management or CRM. As of today, almost 4 million apps all over the world have been created using Google Appsheet. 

Why I love it

  • Appsheet lets you harvest data using forms, barcodes, locations, signatures, and more. You can also create powerful dashboards and reports to manage your data more effectively.
  • Apps created via Appsheet can be branded to create a unique look and feel for a business allowing you to save time and money while increasing your efficiency and branding efforts.
  • Use the platform to automate your email and SMS marketing campaigns.  
  • Add another layer of security by authenticating team members and usage reports. 
  • Since it's backed by Google's powerful machine learning, you can take advantage of their intelligent document processing and optical character recognition.


Google Appsheet is free to use up to 10 users. For more features such as automation and enhanced app security, you can opt to choose from their Starter Plan at $5/month or Core Plan at $10/month. Google also offers an Enterprise solution available upon request. 

10. Bravo

Building no code mobile apps is basically like a walk in the park with Bravo Studio. Bravo's straightforward approach to developing no code mobile apps helps users with no programming experience to create and publish beautiful native apps, saving months and money in otherwise traditional development. Launched in April of 2019 from Barcelona, Spain, Bravo has now grown exponentially thanks to pre-seed funding worth $1.1 million.  

Why I love it

  • Bravo features a comprehensive collection of elements to visually build your app, including sliding or modal menus, pop-up pages; varied transition effects and more.
  • Allows you to create powerful core functionalities within your app such as search and filters, the ability to scan QR codes, and accessing any mobile device's phonebook, to name a few.  
  • It has all the features such as a login page, push notifications, and payment portals may also be added.   


You can use Bravo for free, with access to unlimited app projects, with a limit of 3 published apps per week. For higher requirements, you can select from Bravo's Olé Plan (quite a catchy name actually) for €19/month which also comes with a free 7-day trial period. The team behind Bravo is currently working on a Team Plan and will announce the details anytime soon.

11. V One

Keeping it simple is one of the guiding principles that folks over at V One adhere to when creating their products. And this is very much noticeable with their no code app-building platform. Its Visual Content Management System lets you design your apps the way you want your data to be presented. With an intuitive user interface, it's pretty easy to start and be onboard with V One. 

Why I love it

  • Features an easy-to-use front-end builder with an option to integrate with Wordpress. You can add key functionalities such as user feeds and links with social media channels. 
  • Using modules, V One lets you create a design from Canva, and even bring custom fonts from any design platform. 
  • It integrates with more than 3,000 Zapier tasks at no additional costs. You also get suggested workflow templates to further help you close the gap between app development and launch date.   
  • In case you find yourself stuck in the app development process, V One also offers a pool of experts to help you design your app through automation and workflows for a one-time fee. 


All of the core features and functionalities are free to use and access until you're ready to launch. Upon publishing your app, you then have the option of signing up for a domain with V One's branding or purchasing a domain for a $20/month or a one-time payment of $997.  

Website Building

12. Webflow

One of my favourite no code tools (that I used to build this site), which is used by more than 3.5 million designers and startups worldwide is Webflow. This amazing platform enables teams to create beautiful apps and websites without the need for any coding background or computer science experience. As a no code visual web and app builder, Webflow lets you manage and control every aspect of our development process from design to publication. Initially founded by Vlad Magdalin in 2013, Webflow has since become a multimillion-dollar business with annual revenue of more than $20 million. 

Why I love it

  • As a highly visual builder, this CMS gives you complete control over HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript in an intuitive environment. 
  • The user experience is really good once you get used to the CMS. It’s got a bit of a learning curve at first for new users, but there are quite a few tutorials (blogs as well as YouTube videos) that can really accelerate your learning and get on top of this platform.
  • Features an impressive collection of professionally designed templates and themes to help you jumpstart your creative app-building process. 
  • The community forum is also super helpful to answer key questions. 
  • There are other website builders around and which I mention in this guide, but Webflow is my #1 choice.


Using Webflow is completely free until you're ready to launch your app. If you're ready to launch your app or site, then you can choose from the Basic Plan ($15/month), CMS Plan ($20/month), and a Business Plan ($45/month). There's also an Enterprise Plan available for organisations which you can inquire about via their sales channels. 

13. Ghost

Though Ghost is not exactly marketed as a no code website builder, its visual, drag and drop approach in creating web content does not require any strict coding from the user's end. If you’re focused on designing a compelling blog that makes it easy for multiple editors to publish content, this is a great platform to consider. I know many startups personally that use Ghost as their dedicated blog CMS which is then connected with their own custom SaaS. Ghost now has a total of 3.1 million installs, with total Series A funding worth $7.3 million dollars and annual earnings of roughly $4.7 million. Definitely an exciting upward growth trend for this company.

Why I love it

  • You can add feature-rich media such as high-res image galleries, audio, video, downloadable content, and more using dynamic cards. 
  • It also features a built-in newsletter manager that lets you deliver email newsletters to subscribers and targeted customers. You can even create audience segments so you can deliver more relevant and preferred content to your subscriber base. 
  • For content creators, Ghost is pretty useful in helping you set up paid subscriptions either monthly or yearly.  
  • Offers powerful analytics to help you better understand what content is getting the most attention from users and subscribers. 


It offers a free trial period for 14 days where you can test its core features and build your publication. You can then subscribe to their Starter Plan for $11/month, Creator Plan for $31/month, Team Plan for $63/month, or Business Plan for $249/month.  

14. Dorik

Dorik is another one of my favourite no code platforms that deserves a good look. It's an easy to use and affordable website builder that I know a lot of founders and makers are loving right now. What makes Dorik stand out is its intuitive builder - whether you're just a novice or an advanced web builder already, this CMS is completely customisable to suit your level of expertise. It currently has 12,000 paying users with plenty of positive reviews over at Product Hunt. 

Why I love it

  • Offers a range of pre-built templates and more than 140 user interface components to suit your product, service, or niche. 
  • Includes web hosting, free SSL, and global CDN so you don't have to worry about setting up your site and running it smoothly and efficiently. 
  • Other major features also include payment integration with PayPal, Stripe, and Gumroad, with more payment channels coming soon.
  • You can also include subscription and contact forms to maximise user engagement and customer journey. 


It comes with a forever-free plan that lets you publish unlimited pages with Dorik's domain branding. You also get access to all of their templates and blocks, including several helpful integrations. For access to premium features, you can subscribe to either their Starter Plan for $49/year, or Premium Plan for $99/year. Both plans come with 25 and 100 custom domains, respectively.  

15. Softr

Softr is built on the premise that you don't need hours or days to learn a new tool, more so to build your website. With Softr, anyone with no technical background can create customer portals, dashboards, membership apps, and more without crunching those hours because of a steep learning curve. You can directly access your organisation's data and link it to your app or website for a more data-driven and responsive platform. Based in Berlin, Germany, Softr is trusted by more than 50,000 companies and creators and has recently acquired a Series A funding worth $13.5 million.  

Why I love it

  • Any website or application created within Softr is automatically responsive whether viewed on a PC, mobile phone, or tablet. It simply looks great on any device.
  • It also lets you create member-only content so you can have private pages based on user status and login access. It features a robust server-side, enterprise-level data encryption to give you that much-needed peace of mind.  
  • Accepting payments is fast and secure. You can add checkout and payment options in minutes with options to connect via Stripe for secure credit card payments. 
  • If you're working with a team, you can securely add roles to multiple users and set role-specific permissions without the need of sharing passwords to gain access to the platform. 


With Softr's freemium tier, you get to create unlimited applications and link them to 1 custom domain with Softr's branding. To unlock more features you can opt for the Starter Plan for $29/month, Professional Plan for $79/month, and their Business Plan for $199/month. The nice part about these paid plans is that they also come with a 30-day trial if you wish to test their full features. 

16. Umso (formerly Landen)

Ideal for budding entrepreneurs and startups that need to quickly launch their website or app without going through the rudiments of coding, Umso offers what can arguably be the fastest way to design and publish a website. Founder Felix Gurtler is intentional in making Umso the ideal no code website builder to support young businesses so they can quickly go live and reach a wider audience. And with more than 13,000 paying users on board Umso, it's easy to see its appeal among startup founders. 

Why I love it

  • Umso not only offers pre-built, generic templates. It also intelligently generates unique and user-specific websites based on your particular design needs. You get to answer a few questions and Umso will generate suggested themes for you.  
  • The powerful and feature-rich editor lets you focus on your content and copy while giving you advanced customisation features. 
  • Allows email capturing and integration with email marketing platforms such as MailChimp. You can also jumpstart your marketing campaign by tracking your site's conversion rate.   
  • You can also set up custom events so you can have more real-time web analytics. The dashboard keeps things simple so you can make informed decisions right away.  
  • Integrate with thousands of apps via Zapier with the option to integrate with custom web hooks. 


Umso comes with a 14-day trial period, with the option to subscribe to their Basic Plan for $25/month, Startup Plan for $45/month, or the Business Plan for $75/month.

17. Carrd

Making one-page websites, especially for landing pages, is where Carrd shines as a no code web-building tool. Its highly visual user interface is amazingly simple and can be intuitively used by anyone with or without coding experience. Created by a guy that simply goes by his initials AJ, Carrd was launched in 2016 with the sole intention to simplify the process of creating websites. And after 2 years, Carrd rose up to be the platform of choice for more than 2.5 million sites with an annual run rate of more than $1 million. 

Why I love it

  • Quickly create one-page sites to highlight your product, service, or portfolio. You can also use Carrd to launch your marketing campaigns by creating landing pages to capture user data such as email and other contact details. 
  • It lets you choose between creating from a blank canvas or its dozens of beautiful templates to kickstart your creative process. 
  • Design responsive web pages that look great across any device regardless of screen size.   
  • You can also embed your own custom widgets if you need to provide 3rd-party payment services such as PayPal, Stripe and others. 
  • The free account allows you to build and publish up to 3 sites - a great deal for any free-to-use platform if I may say.  


You can use Carrd for free with the option to remove their branding if you subscribe to their relatively low annual subscription fees. Starting at $19/year via the Pro Standard Plan, you get to create 10 websites with custom domain URLs, while the Pro Plus lets you create 25 sites plus access to more advanced security and content management features.    

Website Development via Spreadsheets

18. Spreadsimple

SpreadSimple offers a pretty fast way to set up your website with no coding background at all. It offers a straightforward and quick way to create and manage a website using existing data from Google Sheets. For example, managing your inventory and prices has never been easier when you combine SpreadSimple and GSheets. Real-time data exchange, support for formulas and expressions, collaborative edits, and more are just some of the key features that make SpreadSimple an attractive alternative to other no code tools.

Why I love it

  • Create beautiful websites with a variety of features like filters, search, and carts all by integrating your data from GSheets. Update data in real-time via GSheets to this web app and vice-versa. 
  • Manage content on your SpreadSimple page by directly editing from Sheets. 
  • It's robust enough to even include additional integrations such as automation, payment channels, and SEO to name a few. 
  • It provides you with shopping cart functionalities and multiple payment methods - all the tools needed to launch and benefit from your eCommerce site successfully. You can even customise your customer's online shopping experience by creating more than custom fields.  


Using SpreadSimple to create your responsive websites is free (with SpreadSimple branding). Its free version is robust enough to include all its essential features if you just wish to publish your content. However, business startups may opt to subscribe to the Pro Plan for $16/month per website. 

19. Sheet2Site

Like SpreadSimple, Sheet2Site promises to deliver a fast and fully functioning website by connecting your Google Sheet data to your webpage. It is versatile enough to cater to any eCommerce startup or business, so you can immediately give your product or service a visible online presence. Sheet2Site provides your website with core functionalities such as filtering by price, type, brand, or any product options that you require. With headquarters in Ontario, Canada, founder Andrey Azimov launched Sheet2Site in March of 2018, and has been recently acquired by software entrepreneur Neil Witten. 

Why I love it

  • Sheet2Site offers a rich collection of templates to best suit your ideas or product.   
  • Allows multi filters so you can quickly filter your site data to whatever parameters you want to set up.   
  • You can have the option of embedding your spreadsheet data visually via other CMS platforms whether you're an existing WordPress, Squarespace, or Wix user. 
  • Provide your customers or site visitors with varied payment options via Stripe and Google Forms.   


Sheet2Site does not seem to offer any option to test it out for free, but its paid plans come with a 30-day money-back guarantee. They offer a Basic Plan for $29/month and a Premium Plan for $49/month.  

eCommerce Development

20. Unstack

Boosting your eCommerce website, especially if it's on Shopify, might benefit from having Unstack. As a no code marketing platform, Unstack provides the functionalities to quickly widen the reach of any eCommerce site. Synchronising Unstack's powerful database with your Shopify database, lets you optimise the sale and online visibility of your products and services. With more than 3,000 Shopify merchants benefitting from this CMS, you can be sure that you can create and manage your content easily without any codes whatsoever while seeing a significant return on your investment. 

Why I love it

  • Unstack lets you use landing pages that are targeted to specific customer profiles to create a more engaging and remarkable shopping experience. 
  • Keep your customer data and content rules in sync to consistently deliver a personalised experience.  
  • It gives you the option to test landing pages without touching or altering your Shopify theme.
  • What is great with Unstack is its personalised support. Once you sign up for their paid plans and your account is established, their support team will immediately get in touch with you to provide assistance in creating your first page.    


The CMS comes with a free version that allows your connected site to be optimised for 1,000 visitors. For a larger audience, you can select from any of the paid plans: Lite ($29/month), Full ($49/month), and Full Plus ($99/month).

21. Sharetribe

Sharetribe is epic software for anyone that wants to build a marketplace. Setting up only takes a few minutes and is a fraction of what a web or app developer will charge. Becoming what we call a marketplace entrepreneur has never been easier and more cost-effective. Founded in 2011, Sharetribe has been the partner of more than 1,000 online marketplace founders all over the world. 

Why I love it

  • Create professional websites in no time with Sharetribe Go. Build and launch your fully functional eCommerce website in a day without writing a single line of code.
  • With Sharetribe Flex, build unique apps on top of powerful APIs to maximise user engagement across any device. 
  • Sharetribe's pool of community experts has helped shape successful marketplaces for more than a decade. There's great collective knowledge in the field which has been compiled and made available to all users via ebooks, blog articles, and expert support.


It offers a 30-day, no-risk trial period for each of its four paid plans: the Hobby Plan for $99/month, the Pro Plan for $149/month, the Growth Plan for $199/month, and the Scale Plan for $299/month. 

Cloud Collaboration

22. Airtable

Creating collaborative workflows and tasks has never been easier with Airtable. This no code collaboration platform enables users to design and build a range of workflows and custom tools to fit the way their teams get things done. Airtable lets you quickly gather all your information, arrange it, and link it in any way you require, giving you the freedom to get the job done. You can visually design your workflows, giving team members the flexibility and tools to provide their inputs. Trusted by more than 250,000 paying companies and organisations, you can be sure that you have a product that gets the job done. 

Why I love it

  • Simplify complex data by making it accessible and actionable. Airtable's Interface Designer helps you create user controls to make sense of this data without the need to write a single line of code. 
  • Airtable's app integration offers a range of functionalities to help you create charts and metrics depending on your requirements. 
  • Setting up custom notifications in Airtable is a snap so you can be sure that certain events in your workflow will not be missed out. It's versatile enough to handle multi-sequence workflows with varied criteria and trigger conditions. 
  • See how all of your work and resources fit together with the Timeline View.  


Airtable comes with a free-to-use plan for smaller teams. Visit the pricing page for more info. They also have a really good, frictionless referral program so you can save if you get more founder friends and others you know to sign up.

23. Notion

Notion's approach to project management and workflow simplification has made it one of the most popular tools in the market, with its value increasing significantly over time. Its digital workspace lets users manage all of their workflows in one place using no code customisable blocks of tasks to help organise everything from collaborative work tasks to personal goals. Any resource that your team needs can be all brought together within Notion - whether its a Google Doc or a Canva artwork - all members of your team have access to them under one digital platform.  

Why I love it

  • With a rich template gallery, Notion offers plenty of options for setting your team's workflow. 
  • Notion updates your apps and files in real-time, making information consistent and accurate across your entire workflow. 
  • Focus on what really matters, build transparency and keep everyone in the loop by ensuring that information is kept shared in your team. Notion in my opinion is great software to use as an internal ‘Wiki’ to store key documents. 


Notion has really affordable pricing which is great for both personal use (which I use), as well as for fast-growing startups. 

User/Customer Engagement

24. Mailchimp

MailChimp is one of the most popular CMS platforms out there that offers a complete business solution - from launching and managing your website to optimising your marketing campaigns and lead captures and conversions. It goes beyond simply sending out newsletters as much as to keep users or customers engaged throughout their journey.  MailChimp currently has 14 million active paying subscribers across the globe.

Why I love it

  • Comes with a user-friendly interface, making it a relatively easy platform to launch campaigns even for users with no coding background.
  • Offers a rich collection of drag-and-drop templates and elements to help you create that perfectly crafted landing page or email. 
  • MailChimp comes loaded with automation features powered by machine learning. This means that you can send scheduled emails that match your subscribers' profiles and preferences. 
  • You can also integrate other apps such as those for social media management to better engage with your customers or subscribers. 


The platform has come a long way when it comes to pricing and what you receive in terms of value. If you asked me a couple of years ago, I’d say explore other cheaper email marketing software providers. However, their customer journey builder, amongst other features such as landing pages, has certainly made pricing more attractive.

25. Substack

Created specially with the blogger in mind, Substack is a no code platform that allows for the easy creation of custom posts, galleries, and more. Substack follows a subscription model for writers, bloggers, and content writers. It provides a platform where they can publish their work, offering them free to their readers with the option to publish subscription-based content as well.  Launched in 2018 by founders Christopher Best, Hamish McKenzie, and Jairaj Sethi with headquarters in San Francisco, Substack continues to grow and has received a total of $82.4 million in funding. 

Why I love it

  • Substack makes it easy to set up an email newsletter campaign so writers can quickly set up a paid subscription while attracting more readers to their content. 
  • With marketing features that help you drive more revenue by reaching out to larger audiences, Substack offers you the tools to promote and market your creative content. 
  • Utilises beautiful, reader-friendly templates to create pleasurable reading experiences. 
  • It lets you import your existing content and mailing lists from other CRM and marketing platforms such as WordPress, Ghost and MailChimp.  


What makes Substack great is that it lets you publish your content for free and will not charge anything on your end until you start offering paid subscriptions to your readers or anyone that follows your paid content. You have the freedom to determine how much to charge your readers and once you do, Substack charges 10% of your total earnings per month. 

26. Beamer

As one of the the world's number top product marketing platforms, Beamer serves the purpose of offering a change log and notification centre where you can keep your followers or subscribers in the loop for any product or service updates or share your plans and development road maps. Used by more than 20,000 of the world's best products, Beamer's no code platform has been proven to increase user engagement and provide real user feedback. 

Why I love it

  • Beamer is ideal if you're offering software as a service (SaaS) where you wish to keep your subscribers in the loop for any new features or updates or if you have any plans or roadmaps that you would like to share. 
  • You can easily and seamlessly integrate with your existing website by adding a "What's New" widget, for example, and to provide push notifications such as announcements, images, gifs, and short videos. 
  • You can send periodic surveys to help you keep tabs on user or subscriber satisfaction. This is an effective way to measure brand loyalty and to see how you can improve your product or service. 
  • Beamer's in-app notification is proven to drive engagement up to 3 times - you can create custom banners, pop-ups, or snippets to get your notifications across your subscriber base. 


You can try out Beamer with their free version if you wish, which caters up to 1,000 monthly visitors. For higher requirements, you have the option to have a 14-day free trial of any of their paid plans. This includes their Start-Up Plan ($49/month), Pro Plan ($99/month), and Enterprise Plan ($249/month).

27. Popupsmart

Like Beamer, Popupsmart offers a no code notification tool that increases customer engagement and drives eCommerce sales. With Popupsmart, you can quickly build your email lists and engage with your site visitors in a matter of minutes. It's visual editor is easy and straightforward to use. You start by identifying your business/campaign goals and let Popupsmart come up with gorgeous, eye-catching layouts. Then you can further tweak its automation rules to better target your audience or site visitors depending on how they interact with your site or online products. Popupsmart does the heavy lifting of bringing back your visitors and completing their customer journey. 

Why I love it

  • It is completely visual and does not require any coding from the get-go. Even its automation rules are pretty simple and visual so you can intuitively build the rules that will drive more user engagement. 
  • With the option to gamify your marketing campaign, this app lets you engage users and convert them into customers in a fun and engaging way.
  • You can easily connect your account with any of your preferred tools to maximise website conversions. There are more than 120 tools to explore and integrate into Popupsmart to ensure that your site will look great and work flawlessly. 


Popupsmart is free to use for 1 website with as many as 5,000 page views monthly. For websites that have more monthly traffic, you can opt for their paid plans such as Basic Plan for $24/month, the Pro Plan for $66/month, and the Expert Plan for $108/month. 


Leveraging social proof is what does best. This no code tool lets you add social proof widgets on your website, which in turn helps users be reassured that you are legitimate and trustworthy. This helps to increase conversion rates by increasing trust and credibility in your products or services while tapping on customers' FOMO to initiate a call to action. Interestingly, such an approach is proven to drive sales and conversions to up to 250%.   

Why I love it

  • Push and update data via Google Sheets, copy and paste the generated code to your website, and see how this data is reflected as promotional notifications in the form of announcements and banners. 
  • Site visitors can see these Provenly's notifications anywhere on your site - from landing to checkout. 
  • Provenly works with any CMS platform of your choice and other landing pages. 
  • Add clickable links to these notifications that you can use to direct to relevant products on your eCommerce website.  


As of press time, Provenly is offered via Appsumo where you can purchase it for a one-time purchase of $39. This is a great deal since you'll be having lifetime access to its Pro features via a one-time payment. If you're interested, be sure to grab this opportunity while it is still up.

Ps. This LTD deal most likely won’t last after I write this, so check their pricing page.

29. Outgrow

Another epic platform that catches my attention in terms of increasing customer engagement is Outgrow. Outgrow provides interactive widgets like calculators, quizzes, and polls to drive customer engagement and conversion. It's based on the premise that interactive content drives conversions and bounce rates by adding real value, driven by social shares. Highly rated over at G2, Outgrow was given the Leader and Best Usability Awards in 2020.

Why I love it

  • Improve conversion rates to up to 40% with Outgrow's 1,000+ interactive templates. 
  • You can publish your interactive widgets in a matter of minutes by embedding them on your websites or CMS as a popup, chat, or interactive polls and quizzes. 
  • It provides you with intelligent and powerful analytics backed by AI to measure engagement and conversion rates. You get to dig into customer insights so you can better segment them and give them the right offers.  
  • It comes with a feature-rich Development Studio where you can customise your interactive widgets by adding optimised layouts, your brand logo, defining branching logic, and more. 


Each of Outgrow's paid plans comes with a 7-day trial period. There is no free option, however, and right off the bat, you need to select from their Freelancer Plan ($25/month), Essentials Plan ($98/month), and Business Plan ($600/month).

30. Jotform

Jotform is a go-to as part of my no code stack when it comes to building forms. The versatility of Jotform is awesome. It lets you create forms, polls, surveys, and more for your business needs in a matter of minutes, whether it's for collecting feedback from customers or organising data for analysis. You can also use it to manage contact information, events, and more. Plus, with its built-in integrations with more than 150+ platforms, Jotform makes it easy to collect data from your customers directly. It has come a long way since its inception back in 2006, and has recently celebrated its 12 million user mark. 


  • Create the form, table, or app you need in minutes with the no code form builder. It’s super easy to edit designs, and there are numerous templates available.
  • With enhanced integrations, you can automatically send collected data in Jotform to your marketing campaign team, project management teams, and web developers so you can share real-time data whenever needed.  
  • It also lets you create payment channels so you can seamlessly accept payments or fees for your digital products or even receive donations. 


Thankfully, Jotform comes with a forever-free plan that lets you create up to 5 forms with a 1,000 form views limit. For more features, you can choose from their Bronze Plan for $29/month, Silver Plan for $39/month, and Gold Plan for $99/month. 

31. Paperform

Another amazing no code tool is Paperform. Unlike Jotform, this "digital swiss-army knife" capitalises on beautiful designer templates. But it's not just great for aesthetics, Paperform is a one-stop hub for designing eye-popping, advanced forms that you can share across any CMS and eCommerce websites. And with what originally began as a side hustle for Sydney-based couples and Paperform founders Dean and Diony McPherson, Paperform has now evolved to be one of the fastest rising form builder startups, with multi-million earnings under its belt.   

Why I love it

  • It lets you create forms, landing pages, appointments, and more to drive user engagement. The possibilities are virtually limitless. 
  • You can also automate workflows and utilise question logic for a more tailored user experience. 
  • With more than 500 eye-catching templates to choose from, Paperform's Designer Templates can help you quickly deploy your forms. 
  • Make sense of your customer data in real-time. Generate insightful data visualisations and generate custom reports. 
  • It seamlessly integrates with popular CRMs, so you can keep track of your customer data in one place. And share this data across many platforms - Google Sheet for analytics, Slack to keep the team in the loop, Asana for collaborative task management, and many more.

Why I love it

Paperform does not come with a free version, but instead, it offers a free 14-day trial of each of its paid plans. You can opt for Paperform's Essential Plan ($24/month), Pro Plan ($49/month), or Agency Plan ($159/month).

Automation and Integration

32. Zapier

Zapier is perhaps the leading platform for integrated apps and workflow automation. It's visual approach to streamlining workflows across applications makes it easy for founders, marketers, operators and entrepreneurs to complete their projects in half the time. Its custom zaps or shortcuts are relatively easy to set up without any need for crunching codes. 

Why I love it

  • It allows you to set up logical tasks and rules to automate your workflow so you can free up more time to do more.
  • You can create some advanced multi-step flows. In addition, you can control advanced features such as data formatting and conditions. 
  • The pre-defined templates they have certainly makes it easy for anyone just starting out. If you are someone fairly new, then I absolutely recommend searching through the database of what’s possible to automate. 
  • They also have an “expert” area where you can hire experienced Zapier consultants. Really handy for any complex tasks. 


It has a decent free plan for you to get started and understand how the platform works, but it can add up when you start running a lot of actions and workflows. I’ve definitely received bills where it can get pricey, so definitely recommend planning to understand what exactly you need to automate. However, once you plan and get it right, it's well worth the investment. 

33. Parabola is another awesome no code tool which is an alternative to Zapier which can automate your tasks and workflows. Parabola lets you easily move data between different sources with its built-in data import and export feature. Similar to Zapier in numerous ways, there are many possibilities of what you can automate.

Why I love it

  • It has a nice UI for you to easily build simple and more complex flows. They’ve done a great job with this and it has come a long way since I first tried out the platform a couple of years ago. 
  • I recommend looking at the “use cases” section of what you can do with Parabola. I really like the reporting function. 
  • They also have a really awesome Shopify integration, so you can set up reports and automation for key initiatives such as performance reporting, inventory management, and lots more. They are used by some pretty big eCommerce brands.


From a pricing perspective, Parabola has really friendly pricing. Even the $80 p/m plan lets you create unlimited flows. Pretty sweet if you ask me. 

34. Make (formerly Integromat)

Make is a powerful workflow visual platform for creating custom solutions without the need for coding skills. It enables individuals, teams, and enterprises to collaborate and scale their businesses with automated workflows. Make also helps you build visual workflows without needing any coding background or expertise.  

Why I love it

  • Make's toolkit lets you take control of every step and aspect of your scenario execution. 
  • Use Make's intuitive builder to connect relevant apps and build workflows or scenarios in a few clicks.
  • Build a virtually unlimited number of workflows and scenarios and specify as many steps or triggers as you need. Schedule when and how your scenarios will play out and instantly see how your data is utilised in real-time.  
  • Connect your HTTP app to any public API, and choose from thousands of apps to build your custom solutions.


It's free to use with the option to add more features via its paid plans: Core Plan ($10.59/monthly); Pro Plan ($18.82/month), and Teams Plan ($34.12/month).  

35. Jetboost

More like a plugin for Webflow, Jetboost lets your site visitors search your content in real-time with dynamic filtering and the ability to add like buttons. This makes it easy for users to save and share relevant content with friends and followers while keeping track of which filters have been used. Additionally, these dynamic URLs can be easily embedded in web pages or blog posts, making them easy to find and share. Jetboost is all about empowering viewers and subscribers to effectively search content from your CMS, and it does so superbly. 

Why I love it

  • By default, Jetboost finds and returns all search results, not just the first 100 entries. 
  • Saving or marking content as a favourite is easy with Jetboost. It automatically tracks every time an item is marked and saves that data back to Webflow.
  • Jetboost's features can be combined to create a dynamic way of sorting using filters, search, and pagination.   


It's free to use until your site is ready for launch or goes live. You also have the option to bundle Jetboost payments with that of Webflow. You have the option of purchasing the All in One Bundle for $29/month or its Dynamic CMS Essentials Bundle for $19/month. 

36. Paragon

Anyone with little to no coding background may use Paragon to create API processes visually. With its intuitive building components, Paragon lets you bring together triggers, database queries, and connectors to create efficient workflows in a matter of minutes. Founded in 2019, Paragon has grown as a viable automation and workflow solution provider thanks to more than $13 million additional funding through a recent Series A.

Why I love it

  • With the visual workflow editor, you can easily sync data between apps.
  • Installing the Paragon SDK allows instant integration across any app or website, with the option to choose from it's pre-built connectors. 
  • Paragon keeps tabs on your integrations to save you the burden of constantly monitoring them if they are in a state you don't want them to be in. 
  • It can handle items such as monitoring from end-to-end, errors, as well as auto-scaling.


Using Paragon's essential features like its visual workflow builder is free, with the option to unlock more epic features via its Pro and Enterprise Plans. Prices are not available publicly so you're advised to check with their sales for more information. 

37. Pandaflow

Pandaflow is pretty sweet software that I only just came across fairly recently. Similar to the others mentioned, you can organise and set up workflows between your favourite apps. There is even an AI module that is wicked.

Why I love it

  • Easily connect with any cloud service and integrate your cloud stack with powerful automation from Pandaflow. 
  • Using the built-in connectors, businesses can create simple to sophisticated workflows. With its easy-to-use visual interface, anyone can develop a functional workflow without needing to learn some coding. 
  • Design visual workflows easily, and throw in your configured automation using Pandaflow's intuitive drag and drop editor.
  • Use Pandaflow's AI modules to evaluate user input and analyse sentiment to deliver a more personalised user experience better. 


There isn’t a freemium tier available for Pandaflow, but you are given the option to try it out via its paid plans. You can try it out for 7 days and then afterwards if all goes well, you can opt for their Lite Plan ($49/month), Silver Plan ($99/month), or Gold Plan (199/month).   

Onboarding and Training

38. UserGuiding

UserGuiding was built for the purpose of helping users and customers appreciate (by quickly seeing the value, and in turn, increase your activation rate) of your SaaS product through a no code, onboarding platform. If you're in the business of providing training programs or short-term courses, then UserGuiding is a great tool to engage your subscribers. Increase adoption and user familiarity using interactive guides, lessons, and walkthroughs. 

Why I love it

  • UserGuiding lets you consolidate all of your resources in one central location. Organise and showcase your work, whether these are blog posts, webinars, or supplementary articles. There's no need for users to leave your product.
  • No coding is necessary to create your learning resource portal. Create visual onboarding workflows effortlessly. 
  • Set goals for your users so that they can track their own progress with varied checklists and gamified tasks. 
  • UserGuiding also offers powerful segmentation tools so you can create unique and personalised onboarding experiences to your varied clients. 


UserGuiding offers a 14-day free trial, and the option to fully avail of any of its paid plans: Basic Plan for 99/month, Professional Plan for $399/month), and its Corporate Plan for $699/month.

39. Podia

Podia is one of the top products I've only come across in the past few months and love it. Not only does it provide an excellent no code platform to package your content in one usable training program, you also get the tools that you need to effectively market your work. Since its beginnings in 2014, Podia has steadily become the platform of choice for the delivery of online courses to more than 50,000 creators worldwide. 

Why I love it

  • With Podia, you can sell digital products like ebooks, audiobooks, PDFs, music files, and more.
  • You have the option to charge customers for one-on-one coaching sessions, or host paid webinars via Zoom and YouTube Live integrations.
  • With powerful email marketing campaign tools, you can trust Podia to reach a wide audience at a fraction of the cost as compared to a 3rd-party email marketing platform.
  • Create modern, beautiful, and responsive Podia landing pages/websites that look great across any device. 


You can try Podia for free for 14 days, and you can then see which paid plan is perfect for you. You can select from any of the paid plans which includes the Mover Plan ($39/month), Shaker ($89/month), or Earthquaker ($199/month). 

Crowdfunding and Community Building

40. Buy Me a Coffee

As a crowdfunding and community platform, Buy Me a Coffee offers an alternative for creators to make the most out of their content without paying for extra web services that you may not eventually need otherwise. It also offers a creative twist on how followers can support their content creators without the hassle of signing up. And with almost half a million online creators onboard, you will quickly realise why it's such a great way to collect online payments. 

Why I love it

  • In just a few taps, fans and supporters can make a payment (or buy you a virtual coffee) and leave a thank you note. The best part is that there are no sign-ups or accounts required to show their loving support.
  • You can set up monthly or yearly membership among your fans. You can determine which of your content is free and which is for exclusive access. 
  • And speaking of exclusive access, you can set up what we call Extras if you wish to provide more value-added offers on your platform. 


Being a creator in Buy Me a Coffee, you do not need to pay any monthly or annual fees. In fact, the platform only charges a 5% transaction fee for "coffee" that you earn. 

41. Gumroad

Similar to Buy Me a Coffee, Gumroad is another platform that online creators can tap to showcase their digital products and skills. From digital services, tutorials, blogs, ebooks, or courses,  you can share your passion and skills with a larger audience while earning from your creative efforts. You don't need to start big or take a huge risk in investing in Gumroad's platform. You have the choice to start small - perhaps a small digital product or a particular service - and see how your audience responds to it. Founded by Sahil Lavingia in 2011, Gumroad has now managed to help creators earn as much as $500,000,00 on their platform. 

Why I love it

  • Gumroad provides an eCommerce hub where independent creators can offer their digital products and services directly to their fans or followers for a fraction of the cost compared to other niche platforms. 
  • Its page editor is flexible enough so you can play around with your site's themes, colours, and layouts.
  • It lets you link any existing websites that you may have already. You can embed Gumroad's payment and follow button on your site as well.  
  • Allows you to create simple and easy-to-do memberships so you can give followers access to your collection of content. You can provide them with the option to pay for monthly, semi-annual, or annual subscriptions. 


It doesn't charge a monthly fee. Instead, they get a cut from your sale anywhere between $2.9 to $9 of its total cost plus 30 cents. The premise is that the larger your sales, the lower the cuts or share that Gumroad will deduct. 

42. Peerboard

If you're looking for how users can engage more on your website, you may want to consider setting up a community forum - this is where Peerboard can help. It features a plug-and-play feature that sets up your forum with zero technical or coding knowledge required. It's a great way to provide your users and subscribers with a community board where they can engage with each other in a discussion format.    

Why I love it

  • With Peerboard, you can set up your board for as little as 5 minutes. It offers a complete white label environment where you can customise by adding your choice of colours and logo so it clearly represents your branding and site aesthetics.
  • It offers personalised news feeds to members and lets members create their unique bios, post history, and share photos and videos. 
  • It also has its built-in badge system to reward members for their contributions and engagement. 
  • Allows integration with WordPress with its WP plugin and open-source SDK.      


Peerboard is free to use with no usage limits. For additional forum spaces and access to advanced features, you can try any of their paid plans: the Starter Plan for $29/month, the Professional Plan for $79/month, or the Growth Plan for $299/month.   

43. Memberspace

Unlike the above mentioned where you can offer membership plans within their own platform to your customers, Memberspace gives you the access and control to build your own membership portal on your own website. With their low code approach to setting up a members-only portal, you don't need to hire a web developer to offer such functions on your site. Launched in 2015, Memberspace was a direct response to the trends at that time of offering members-only content to clients and creators. 

Why I love it

  • Memberspace lets you lock any page on your sites such as exclusive content or media to create for members-only access. This is a great option if you're looking forward to offering full courses, tutorials, or member directories. 
  • It works with any CMS platform, whether WordPress or Wix, and lets you seamlessly move your member data if you wish to change platforms later on. You have complete control over the membership process, and your current members or subscribers do not need to leave in case you decide to migrate to a different CMS.    
  • Offers a wealth of integrations including via Stripe, Zapier, forums, and even affiliate programs. 
  • Memberspace takes pride in its customer support, via live chat or email, with a response time of less than an hour.


It offers a 14-day free trial for you to see how it works. You have complete access to all their features which includes unlimited members, VIP support, and up to 2 websites that you can connect to. After the trial period, you can opt for any of their paid plans: Starting Plan ($29/month), Growing ($49/month), or Advanced Plan ($199/month).

44. Memberstack

Another great way to add membership features to your site is via Memberstack. It’s the perfect no code tool for setting up gated content on your Webflow site, you can quickly build and launch your product without the hassle of learning any programming language. It helps you set up a secure and compliant members-only portal on any website or CMS platform of your choice, whether WordPress, Webflow, Wix, or more.  Memberstack currently manages over 3.1 million authentications and payments across 2,200 companies around the world.    

Why I love it

  • Memberstack is an ideal authentication tool for beginners and founders who wish to add secure user accounts on their site without the need for technical training. 
  • You can save significant time via it's easy-to-follow instructions on setting user signups, login, and checkout modals. It offers a full white-label experience so you have complete control over your branding. 
  • Built with powerful authentication tools, including email verification, custom fields, account recovery, and an upcoming social authentication tool. 
  • Optimised for payments, Memberstack lets you connect your Stripe account so subscribers have a more seamless checkout experience. 


Memberstack comes with a free, unlimited trial so you can try their features. You will be billed once you're ready to launch and sign up for any paid plans, including their Basic Plan ($29/month), Professional Plan ($49/month), and a customisable Established Plan.    

45. Outseta

Last on our list of no code platforms for community-building, is Outseta. Ideal for founders who wish to venture into offering SaaS products, members-only websites, or building online communities, Outseta lets you create and manage your site's content, members, and discussions with just a few clicks. There's no need for a strict coding or programming background for you to secure your content or online community. Its visual approach to designing access for your gated content is a great choice for entrepreneurs who want to focus more on building a community around their product or service.

Why I love it

  • Like its predecessors, Outseta connects seamlessly with your Stripe account all in a single click. You can then manage your pricing strategy within the product itself. 
  • Manage all of your members' contacts, subscriptions, and communications all in one place.  
  • Maximise your email marketing campaign by sending communications to your subscriber email list to better capture leads and strengthen brand loyalty.  
  • Outseta also lets you create custom email designs using its visual editor. 


Outseta offers a 7-day free trial, with the option to sign up for their Founder Plan ($39/month), Start-Up Plan ($79/month), or Growth Plan ($99/month)

Analytics & Data Science

46. Obviously AI

Leveraging on the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning, Obviously AI offers a suite of internal tools that can help you optimise your website for better search engine ranking, better content engagement, and better customer acquisition. Obviously AI's platform offers a wealth of features that can be used to measure the success of your website using AI predictively. Obviously AI is relatively new in the industry of data analytics but in just a couple of years since its founding in February of 2020, it has already managed to acquire seed funding of almost $5 million.   

Why I love it

  • Obviously AI allows you to come up with insightful and predictive data analytics in just a few minutes without writing code. 
  • You can forecast revenue, optimise your supply chains, and even provide personalised marketing and customer experience by taking advantage of Obviously AI's powerful machine learning algorithms.
  • You can quickly visualise key metrics and results. Simply pick your prediction column from a dropdown, and Obviously AI automatically builds the AI. You also have the option of exporting results to a CSV file or integrating these with your choice of data sources. 


As of press time, Obviously AI is planning to offer a free plan anytime soon, which includes access to 3 AI models and 500 AI-powered predictions. In the meantime, you can request a free trial and demo of their Pro and Pro Plus plans.

⚡ Frequently Asked Questions ⚡

What are the best no code platforms to build mobile native apps?

From my experience, it’s been so much fun building mobile applications using Glide Apps, Adalo and Bravo Studio. Each of them has an epic UX which makes it really awesome whether you’re a beginner or someone who has decent experience building mobile apps. All of them are quite mature now as well compared to when they were first launched a few years back.

What are the top free no code tools that eCommerce marketers use?

Many of the apps mentioned in this guide can be used by eCommerce marketers. For me personally, the standouts for me in terms of growth operations and daily workflows has to be Parabola (which has awesome use cases for Shopify store owners), Zapier (of course), Webflow, Airtable, and Notion. Some are limited with their free tiers in terms of how much you can use, but each of them are great to get going. Naturally, with any platform, you have to upgrade or use a paid plan to unlock more features.

What no code solutions lets you create membership programs?

My favourites have to be Outseta and Memberstack. Outseta is super impressive and really good for anyone wanting to build a new SaaS product. It includes essentials such as CRM, billing, authentication, customer support, and more. As for Memberstack, it’s perfect for anyone using Webflow as their CMS and want to run membership programs or products with monthly subscriptions.

Where are the top resources to learn how to build no code web apps?

There are a lot of awesome resources out there for anyone wanting to learn new skills and hop onto the no code train. You’ve got amazing YouTube channels such as Jesse Showalter and Bubble. There are many other YouTube channels to check out just through a simple search. Bubble actually has amazing tutorials and lessons where you can build real-life famous startup replicas such as Facebook, Quora, TaskRabbit, and others. Then, you have Makerpad, which is a great site for those starting out, and even those who are experienced.

Which no code web app builder is ideal to build resource directories?

There are three standouts that I’ve seen many use over and over again, and they are Softr, Pory and Sheet2Site. These platforms make it really simple for those with non-technical skills to use the likes of Google Sheets or even Airtable to upload data and build a polished front-end. They also support mobile responsiveness, making it look awesome across all devices.

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