10 No-Code Tools to Build Anything

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This list will help you find the right no-code tools for your project, whether you're making an app, a website, or anything else.

Whether you’re a developer or not, there’s a good chance you want to do some sort of software development. You might want to design a website, build a mobile app, or create an AI model.

With the rise of no-code platforms, however, you don’t need to be a coder to build these things. You can now use visual tools to build apps, websites, AI models, and more without writing code.

This is a big deal. It means that the barrier to entry for AI, and development more generally, is lower than ever before. Anyone with an idea can build it, and anyone with a little bit of time can create something amazing.

Here are 10 no-code tools that can help you build anything.

1. Obviously AI

With Obviously AI, you can effortlessly build and deploy machine learning models to predict virtually any metric.

Marketing teams use Obviously AI to predict and optimize metrics like churn, customer lifetime value, net promoter score, marketing attribution, cross-sale probability, and more.

SaaS firms use Obviously AI to predict metrics like resurrection, up-sell, in-app purchases, and much more. Banks can predict loan defaulting, credit card churn, fraud, investment risk, and so on, while insurers can predict insurance claims, litigation risk, subrogation opportunities, and more.

We could go on all day about the use-cases of AI—but the short of it is this: As long as you have relevant, high-quality historical data, you can build and deploy machine learning models.

2. RunwayML

While Obviously AI is used to build and deploy machine learning models on tabular data, you can also use no-code AI to build and deploy image and video models with tools like RunwayML.

RunwayML includes features like a video green screen to cut objects out of your videos, generative media to create synthetic images and videos, and a collection of creative AI models in its “model playground.”

3. Glide

Mobile apps make up the vast majority of time spent on the mobile Internet. In fact, according to eMarketer, we spend close to 90% of our mobile Internet time in mobile apps.

To capture some of that attention, marketing teams can build mobile apps, but this is expensive, complex, and time-consuming going the route of traditional software development teams.

With Glide, a no-code mobile app builder, you can build apps directly from Google Sheets in minutes.

Glide has a number of templates and examples, so you can immediately see how it works. There’s also a free tier, so depending on your needs, you can launch right away.

4. Landbot

Almost half of millennials engage with chatbots on a daily basis. Chatbots can be an incredibly powerful tool, but they’re not easy to build with a code-based approach.

Landbot makes it easier than ever to build and deploy chatbots. There are a variety of chatbot templates available, as well as a free trial, so you can see if it meets your needs before paying.

While making a Landbot is extremely simple, there are also options to add complex features, such as by using the Zapier or custom webhook integrations.

5. Voiceflow

By 2024, there will be more digital voice assistants than people.

Voiceflow makes it quick and easy to build voice assistants—you can think of it as the audio-based counterpart to Landbot, although it does have text-based assistant functionality as well.

6. Webflow

We’ve explored how to build mobile apps, chatbots, and voice assistants, so let’s also look at building web apps.

With Webflow, it’s easy to build beautiful, professional websites faster than ever before. Fun fact, Obviously AI is built on Webflow!

7. Memberspace

If you’re building a product that involves memberships in some form, like a subscription service, there are a lot of additional, traditionally complex features that are needed, including payment gateways, recurring payments, payment cancellation, multiple payment tiers, refunds, and so on.

With Memberspace, you can easily integrate membership functionality in your product, without any code.

8. Gumroad

Gumroad is the no-code tool for creators, providing a massive marketplace to sell products and services from animation to film & video to photography.

With Gumroad University, you can learn what it takes to be a successful creator.

9. Substack

Substack makes it simple for anyone to start an email newsletter that makes money from subscriptions. In other words, Substack is helping to enable an entirely new business model, where creators don’t have to rely on ads or sponsorships to make money. Instead, superfans have the option to pay a small amount for highly valuable, relevant email newsletters.

10. Zapier

Zapier is the ultimate no-code tool to build practically any workflow.

Zapier makes it possible for no-coders to connect virtually any tools and automate workflows. For example, SaaS firms could use Obviously AI to predict churn on new customer data, and create a Zapier flow that notifies sales teams when there’s a high probability of churn. 


At Obviously AI, we believe that no-code is the future. With our no-code AI platform, it’s easier than ever to build anything you can imagine with the help of AI. We hope you enjoyed this list of ten leading no-code tools.

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