About Microsoft Power Apps

Microsoft Power Apps is a low code development platform that allows organizations to create and deploy applications using a drag-and-drop interface. Software developers can utilize customizable templates to design online applications for smartphones, tablets and PCs.

Features of Microsoft Power Apps include data management, workflow automation, application lifecycle management, productivity tracking, collaboration and more. Microsoft Power Apps allows administrators to create data flow diagrams, generate custom reports and connect the system with multiple data sources. Additionally, it enables employees to securely capture and store application data and model processes in a centralized repository. Microsoft Power Apps comes with an application programming inter...

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November 2021

Gabriel from Accenture

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Company Size: 10,000+ employees

Industry: Computer Software

Time Used: Less than 12 months

Review Source: Capterra



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November 2021

Not for beginners


I enjoy using the products included with the Microsoft suite, as they enhance simple enterprise solutions without spending too much time. Power Apps is no exception, it allows you to build complex forms that provide a better user experience than dealing directly with Sharepoint forms (which is my use case) or any other backend.


There is a steep learning curve. Other products like Power Automate or Power BI can be used with a basic grasp of logic and following some wizards and tutorials, but Power Apps will require you to invest a lot more time to be able to produce something of value.

Reasons for Choosing Microsoft Power Apps

I chose Power Apps because it is included with the Microsoft productivity suite that is provided by the company. I have had overall a good experience with Power products and Power Apps is no exception, but it is definitely for advanced/technical users.