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Thunkable

Thunkable is a no-code platform that lets users build powerful, native mobile apps without having to write a single line of code.

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Thunkable is a no-code platform that lets users build powerful, native mobile apps without having to write a single line of code. The drag-and-drop interface makes it easy for anyone to quickly bring their ideas to life, regardless of technical experience. With extensible integrations, open APIs, and advanced editing capabilities, users can create a powerful app in days, not months, and publish it directly to app marketplaces. Thunkable is changing the way people build apps by making native development accessible to everyone and removing the costly coding process. Teams that build with Thunkable save 86% and speed up development by 24x compared to traditional development practices. People with great ideas are everywhere – in every company, in every country, and in every classroom. But a majority of people don't know how to code. Thunkable takes pride in bridging the digital divide by letting you get hands on and become an active creator of technology. Extend your product or service to a native mobile app with Thunkable's no-code app development platform.

Arun Saigal

Arun Saigal

CEO & Co-Founder at Thunkable

Arun Saigal is an entrepreneur and business executive. He is the co-founder and CEO of Thunkable, a drag-and-drop platform that aims to make it easier for people to create their own apps.

After graduating from M.I.T., Saigal began working for Quizlet, a mobile and web-based study app. As their lead Android developer, he built and launched the first version of Quizlet’s Android app. He worked on all aspects of the app, including the design, data layer, and syncing framework. He was also part of the team that designed Quizlet’s new API.

In January 2016, Arun Saigal and his partner WeiHua Li co-founded Thunkable, a drag-and-drop tool for people to create mobile applications. Their goal is to make it easy for anyone around the globe to build on both Android and iOS operating systems, regardless of programming experience. As of late 2017, the platform has reached 4.3 million registered users and over 13 million apps have been created.

Saigal grew up in Burlington, Massachusetts. He attended M.I.T., earning a Bachelor’s degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. In the same year, he earned his Master’s degree in the same fields with a concentration in Artificial Intelligence. (Source: MITCNC.org)