Late last year we warned users that Google was pulling the plug on App Inventor, and any projects they’d created with Google’s App Inventor would be going away, and to back them up soon.

Google later pushed the App Inventor code as open-source so someone could pick it up and run with it — if anyone wanted to. Luckily, MIT voiced an interest in doing so, and has recently re-deployed the project!

You can find out more from MIT’s App Inventor page: appinventoredu.mit.edu

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