Google removes restrictions from free version of Data Studio, its tool for creating customized reports | VentureBeat | Apps | by Paul Sawers

Google is making its data analytics and visualization tool Data Studio infinitely more appealing this week with the news that it’s removing the five-report limit from the free version of the software.

First unveiled as part its Google Analytics Suite 360 announcement in March 2016, Google Data Studio serves enterprises with a data analysis and visualization tool that integrates across a range of Google products and data sources to create attractive and interactive reports and dashboards. Users can combine data from Google Analytics, Google Sheets, AdWords, BigQuery, YouTube, and Attribution 360, drawing from the raw data to create user-friendly reports.