Appy Pie acquires leading design applications company Flyerly

New Delhi: Appy Pie, the leaders of the no-code development world, today announced its acquisition of Flyerly, a pioneer in the creative design industry.

“Flyerly has a loyal userbase and quite a popular creative design application. The audience and the product fit perfectly well with Appy Pie Design - our wildly popular online graphic design software,” said Abhinav Girdhar, CEO, Appy Pie. “With our shared vision to empower everyone by giving them access to powerful design tools, we are thrilled to bring our teams together. The expanding Appy Pie product suite would provide users greater ways to create, design, and boost their business growth.”

Appy Pie has democratized education by letting anyone with a great idea leverage cutting-edge technology and Flyerly has done the same in the field of graphic design by letting anyone to create exquisite design pieces.
Following the acquisition, Flyerly will be integrated into the online graphic design product from Appy Pie - Appy Pie Design. This means the Appy Pie Design platform would be gain from Flyer’s large base of loyal and further help businesses and individuals create high-quality digital products.

“Flyerly and Appy Pie have a common vision and goal to make technology accessible to businesses of all sizes,” said Preston Junger, Flyerly founder. “I am thrilled that Flyerly will live on by joining forces with Appy Pie to provide business owners with the very best creative design tools.” Flyerly and Flyerly Biz, have been downloaded 400,000 times by business owners and professionals worldwide.

About Flyerly

Flyerly, a product from Green Mtn Labs, is a popular name in the creative design world. The tool is for even those who have no creative knack but have design requirements for personal, professional or business needs.

About Appy Pie
Appy Pie, a trademark of Appy Pie LLP, is the unrivaled leader in the co-code applications market. Appy Pie helps SMBs, enterprise companies, and organizations transform their ideas into reality without any technical or coding knowledge.