Feature Overview

Accelerate your productivity.

Save hundreds of hours by automating your unique business needs with custom web apps. Automate all repetitive tasks and focus on what's important to grow your business.
Step 1
Build your data structure

Structure your data with the data builder using fields such as names, dates, and phone numbers.

Step 2
Design your pages

Create the pages and elements with which your data will be viewed, such as tables, lists, and charts.

Step 3
Interact with your data

This is where the magic happens on the front-end. Users can collaborate, automate, and make informed decisions based on the data at hand.

Integrate your data


Choose to have all uploaded files saved directly to Dropbox with our quick integration


Send emails from your own SMTP servers or mail app, or choose to send from our own


Send text messages on your behalf using your business name, or simply enter your api credentials to use your own sms gateway

AWS S3 Bucket

Store your files in your own Amazon S3 Bucket and never worry about running out of space

Advanced Features

Custom Domains

Whether you're building an app for your business, your clients, or multiple apps for multiple purposes, assign a unique domain to each app. Choose a naked domain or a subdomain forwarded to your designated IP address. Of course, feel free to use a subdomain of Tadabase.io of your choosing. There is no extra charge for subdomains.

Granular Page Controls

Building a page that will be accessed by several user roles? Easily assign rules to rows in the page builder to determine which user roles can see which data. No need to build multiple apps per user role. One app on Tadabase gives you all the flexibility, discretion, and granular control you need.

Your Label

Building an app for a client? Our code is structured in a way where you can choose to remove all branding or code with our name on it. This means your app will present entirely as if you built it from scratch.

App Variables

Create your own app variables to replace with the data of your choice. For instance,
add { loggedInUserName } anywhere in your app and it will convert it to the name of the currently logged in user. Create as many variables as you wish.