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Developer(s) AppFlower ApS
Initial release November 3, 2011 (2011-11-03)(1.0.0 Beta 2)[1]
Discontinued 1.3.0  (October 12, 2012; 10 years ago (2012-10-12)) [±]
Preview release None [±]
Written in JavaScript, PHP
Operating system Cross-platform
Available in English
Type Software development
License(s) GNU General Public License v3.0

AppFlower was a free open-source software development platform and application builder.

Product history

The AppFlower enginge originated as a private project in Denmark in early 2009. The 2010 creation of Danish business entity AppFlower ApS gave the AppFlower engine new life.[2] In January 2011 a new website was launched, introducing hints of a new application of the AppFlower enging as AppFlower Studio.[3] On November 3, 2011 version 1.0.0 Beta 2 of AppFlower Studio was released as free open-source software on GitHub.[1] The latest release of the AppFlower engine and Studio is version 1.3, released on October 12, 2012, featuring a faster database abstraction layer, new model visualization, and improved error handling.[4]

As of August 2022, the software hasn't been updated for almost 10 years. It's presumably discontinued or abandoned.


Features of AppFlower included:

  • application builder
  • widget, layout, and theme editor
  • integrated debugging and benchmarking tools
  • model visualization
  • web-based user interface
  • extensible

Hardware/software requirements

Numerous methods of installation existed, and thus installation requirements varied based upon the installation method chosen. Choose a method from the download page for more information concerning how to install it.

Videos, screenshots, and other media

  • Videos for AppFlower were found on Vimeo.
  • Screenshots of AppFlower were on the site.
  • AppFlower documentation were found here.

Entities using AppFlower

Further reading

External links