You can build an app to showcase your products and services, including images, descriptions, and pricing information.
You can build an app to promote and manage events, including ticket sales, schedules, and speaker bios.
Social network apps
You can build an app to connect people with similar interests or to promote a cause or organization.
You can build an app to help job seekers find openings, apply for positions, and get notifications about new job listings.
Customer service apps
You can build an app to provide customer support, including FAQs, chatbots, and messaging features.
You can build an app to deliver course materials, quizzes, and learning resources to students.
Glide apps can scale easily, which means that your app can grow as your business grows. You can add new features and functionality as needed without having to rebuild your app from scratch.
Glide apps can update in real-time, allowing users to see the latest data and changes without having to refresh the app manually. This is made possible through the use of web sockets, which provide a persistent connection between the app and the server.
Glide apps can work offline, allowing users to access and modify data even when they don't have an internet connection. This is made possible through the use of local data storage and automatic syncing when a connection is re-established.
While Glide offers some customization options, they may be limited for some developers who require more control over the app's design and functionality. Additionally, since Glide is a no-code platform, there may be certain features or functions that are not available.
Dependence on Google Sheets
Glide is built on top of Google Sheets, which means that you will need to have a Google account and use Google Sheets for data storage. This may be a limitation for some developers who prefer to use other data storage options.
Limited native functionality
Since Glide is a web app wrapper, some native functionality may not be available, such as push notifications or access to device features like the camera or GPS.
Since Glide relies on Google Sheets for data storage, there may be concerns around data security and privacy. Additionally, since Glide is a cloud-based platform, there may be concerns around data security and privacy in transit.