One of the most common feature requests Zapier gets is for new apps to be added. You can see a list of all the supported apps here.
Note that some of the apps listed on the Zapbook are not yet supported. These icons indicate an app is currently in development or planned development at some point in the future:
These are things you can find out yourself by checking out the app's website and via Google. If the following things are not available, it cannot be added to Zapier right now.
If the app you would like added has an API, continue reading below for ways it can be added to Zapier.
There are a few main ways that new apps are added.
This is the most common way new apps are added to Zapier. The developer platform is entirely self-serve from creation to deployment. Developer apps on Zapier are on equal footing with every other app when they are globally activated.
For simple apps with easy APIs, you might not even have to code anything.
You can read and learn more about the developer platform here.
If user demand is strong enough, sometimes the app in-question will add their own app to Zapier via the developer platform.
The best way to make this happen is to reach out to the app you'd like to see on Zapier and tell them so! You can link them to https://zapier.com/developer to read more.
You can also reach out to Zapier support if you know someone who works at the app you'd like added (like an account rep, sales person, marketing, etc.). Zapier can then reach out directly.
This is the least common way new apps are added. Zapier is always reviewing and prioritizing user demand for new apps. If one particular app is very popular, it might be added via Zapier's in-house development team.
"Votes" on the Zapbook influence this ranking and prioritization. If you don't see your app listed in the Zapbook, it might be best to reach out to that app's team and let them know you'd like to see an integration on Zapier. You can also pass them information about our Developer Platform.
Additionally, Zapier sometimes entertains app request from enterprise-level customers. You can contact us to learn more.