Google Forms are probably the best known and most popular tools available to create online forms, thanks to its stupendous integration with other tools of this online platform, such as Google Drive (for example, you can export the data to a Google sheet to analyze them more comfortably).
On the other hand, it allows choosing from a lot of different questions and answer choices, from multiple choices to drop-down options or linear scales. Other undeniable advantages of Google Forms is that it’s absolutely free of charge. It has no limitations, small print, or expiration dates. It has all the options anyone could expect from a tool like this at your reach. If you don’t need something really advanced, Google Forms is a great option.
And when offline?
But what happens when we need to collect information from locations where no Internet is available, to save it and send it afterwards?