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Wix on Wednesday launched a new AI-powered chatbot for its mobile app builder platform. The cloud-based no-code platform development company has added the artificial intelligence (AI) tool to its app-building platform just months after introducing its AI-powered end-to-end website development tool. The platform not only allows users to create a branded app for a business, but it also deploys the app on the App Store on iOS and Android's Google Play Store. Users can also release version updates and new features through it.


Wix launches AI-powered app builder Chatbot
Wix said via a press release that it is automating the entire app-building experience for its users. The no-code company previously allowed users to create apps without the need for backend and frontend software development knowledge, making it easier for them to customize and develop the frontend using easy-to-use tools while building the backend.

As part of an automated app-building upgrade, the company is simplifying the process for Wix users, making it easier to choose the right look and features for their smartphone app. Wix is ​​calling this tool a “Conversational AI Chat Experience.” As the name suggests, there is a chatbot that asks users a series of questions about the app and can create a customized app based on the information submitted.

How the Wix AI-powered app builder works
The process begins with telling the AI ​​your idea and requirements for creating the app. Once it confirms the layout for the mobile app, it asks questions about the features the user wants in the app. The user does not need to delve into technical terms and can state his intent in simple language. After this, the user can upload the logo for the app and then the final design is created.


Wix also provides support to its users once the app is created. It can also submit the app to the Google Play Store and App Store. Once it is live, the platform can be used to release version updates and new features. The company provides a dashboard through which users can view all app activity as well.