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By use case
  • Full stack mobile app: A company uses Hatch Apps to build a mobile app and API.
  • Stand alone mobile app: A company uses Hatch Apps to build a mobile app connected to an existing API.
  • Stand alone API: A company uses Hatch Apps to build an API connected to other parts of their existing stack.
  • API connected to another no-code product: A company uses Hatch Apps to build an API that is connected to an app built with Adalo, Glide, Unqork, or another service.
  • Pass through API: A company uses Hatch Apps to build an API that aggregates data from multiple sources into a single endpoint.
  • Stand alone Database: A company uses Hatch Apps to build a SQL database
  • Workflow Automation: A company uses Hatch Apps to build a mobile app, API, and / or database that is integrated with other apps to automate a specific workflow.
  • Business Process Management: A company uses Hatch Apps to automate a business process by connecting a mobile app, API, and database to other apps.
  • Robotic Process Automation: A company uses Hatch Apps to automate a business process with smart decisioning and logic by connecting a mobile app, API, and database to other apps.
  • Case Management: A company uses Hatch Apps to manage a mobile workflow with customers or employees on-the-go.
  • Mobile Data Capture: A company uses Hatch Apps to build a mobile app and API to capture data available to mobile devices. This includes text, photos, videos, GPS location, and more.
  • Prototyping: A company uses Hatch Apps to prototype and validate a new idea before investing in software development.
By persona
  • Entrepreneur: An entrepreneur uses Hatch Apps to build a mobile app and API to launch a new idea.
  • Association: An association uses Hatch Apps to build a mobile app for their members to improve renewal rates, build community, and send announcements. The mobile app is connected to their AMS for authentication, payments, members list, and more.
  • Enterprise: An enterprise uses Hatch Apps to build a mobile app connected to an existing API. This can be to manage users, payments, notifications, data, and more.
  • Agency: An agency uses Hatch Apps to build mobile apps and APIs for their clients.
  • Freelancer: A freelancer uses Hatch Apps to build mobile apps and APIs for their clinets.
  • Non profit: A non profit uses Hatch Apps to build a mobile app to convey their mission, build a community, and engage donors.
By role
  • Designers: A designer uses Hatch Apps to design and build at the same time. No more handoffs to the engineering team or waiting for feedback. Drag-and-drop components and customize them with the rest of the design team. Like Figma for software.
  • Engineers: An engineer uses Hatch Apps to build and manage an API. Configure permissions, objects, rule, and routing instantly. Test your data and build custom workflows in-browser.
  • Business: A business user uses Hatch Apps to build software without coding. No more waiting for design or engineering. Drag-and-drop components and customize them as fast as you can think. If you need help, purchase a vendor on the Marketplace.
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