Apple Just Acquired Workflow, And Its Free Now!
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Technology Technology Mar 27, 2017 01:17 PM EDT
Apple just bought off one of its key components. As part of Workflow's sale, the company made it accessible for all its users. Now, the automation is free for downloads anytime and anywhere.
According to Yahoo Tech, Business Insider confirmed last Wednesday Apple's acquisition of Workflow. Though, the company didn't share most interesting part of the deal, price, and conditions.
The only thing divulged is Workflow's developers: Ari Weinstein, Conrad Kramer, and Nick Frey transfer to Apple.
"We've worked closely with Apple from the very beginning, from kickstarting our company as students attending WWDC to developing and launching Workflow and seeing its amazing success on the App Store," Weinstein stated. "We can't wait to take our work to the next level at Apple and contribute to products that touch people across the world," he added.
Since the beginning, Workflow has worked for Apple but as an individual. Its even before downloadable for $2.99 so that it may profit. Now, iOS users may experience its innovation without limit. In the trio's merging with the tech giant, it will surely bring more exciting enhancements on the cutting-edge app.
For Workflow's benefits, its official website indicated lots of it. Find out here the details why Apple needed to acquired no matter how.
Last 2015, Workflow has been awarded by Apple as the App Store's most innovative design. It's just truly impressive! Its ability to connect everything in iPhone or iPad through a single application is incredible.
Workflow uses Switch Control to give its users independence to customize all his need in a quick setup. Everything from reading the news to sending messages is just one swipe. The result is a limitless efficiency for Apple gadgets.
The use of Workflow doesn't only end with iPhone and iPad, it even works with Apple watch. The site described the experience with it as "Just raise your wrist, tap a workflow, and you're on your way."