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Flutter for web early adopter program now open

Ready for active development of production-quality web apps

Our vision for Flutter has always been to provide a fast, productive and open toolkit for creating beautiful user experiences on any platform. We started with mobile, with a toolkit that is already in use for tens of thousands of apps, big and small. At Google I/O this year, we announced the first preview of Flutter support for the web, allowing developers to use the same skills and code to target the web browser, and we’ve seen a lot of interest already. Thank you to the thousands of you who are already experimenting with Flutter on the web and giving us your feedback.

We’re excited to announce that we are moving into a new phase of development as we get closer to a production-quality release of our web support. Today, we are opening an exclusive program for companies, design agencies and startups who are ready to build in earnest on Flutter for the web. We have a limited number of slots available by application to those who are ready to engage with us directly on a first wave of production Flutter web applications.

We are looking for candidates with a compelling scenario, a plan to release a web-based Flutter experience within the next six to twelve months, as well as willingness to be featured as a showcase in marketing and launch activities. Like any preview program, there will inevitably be rough edges along the way, but we’re ready to provide support and early access to overcome any obstacles that you experience.

Accepted participants will receive priority support and an opportunity to highlight their projects in Google / Flutter media and events.

How to apply

Apply for consideration by completing the form. We’ll be accepting qualified applications from now through the end of August.

More information on Flutter’s support for the web can be found at flutter.dev/web. We’re looking forward to hear from you!



Flutter is Google's mobile UI framework for crafting high-quality native interfaces on iOS, Android, web, and desktop. Flutter works with existing code, is used by developers and organizations around the world, and is free and open source. Learn more at https://flutter.dev

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Kevin Moore

Kevin Moore

Google Product Manager working on Dart and Flutter web technologies.