Apple has completed the acquisition of a Workflow tool that allows you to link apps and their functions in the chain of commands for automating tasks. Previously, the app was awarded the Apple Design Award for the excellent implementation of voice features in iPhone and Apple Watch.
What is this application?
Workflow made by a small team, which includes former jailbreaker iPhone Ari Weinstein. The program has some similarities with the service IFTTT, as it allows people to group a large number of actions in the chain that can perform complex tasks with a single tap. Over the last couple of years, Workflow has gained a large number of users and downloads in the App Store. The attractiveness of the app adds and the simplicity of creating these macros.
Workflow is acquired together with the developers: Weinstein, Conrad Kramer, Ayaka Nonaka and Nick Frey. Apple made a bit of an unusual step for itself – the app will remain in the App Store but also become free today.