Apple has finalized to acquire workflow, a tool that hooks apps and functions together within apps to automate tasks in strings of commands. It was been tried for a while to do tracking, but the ink on the deal was trying while they though to speak.
Workflow, this app was created by a small team including a former iPhone jailbreaker, Ari Weinstein. Workflow is around for a couple of years and its updates have been covered. It shares similarity with IFTTT that permits people to group together actions in a bunch and allows them to perform with one tap all the complicated tasks.
Workflow the app is acquired, along with the team of Weinstein, Conrad Kramer, Ayaka Nonaka and Nick Frey. The app will be available on the App Store and will be made free later.
Weinstein said, ‘We are thrilled to join Apple, though we worked closely with Apple from the starting as students attending WWDC developing to launching Workflow and now seeing its success on the App store , we are very happy’.
Workflow was a prime example of finding the iOS ecosystem need, tackle in an interesting way and to execute it with attention and cleverness. Precisely, it is a well designed super smart app that works well.
Workflow in 2015 won an Apple Design Award and Apple confirmed the deal: “The Workflow app was selected because of its outstanding use of iOS accessibility features, in particular an outstanding implementation for VoiceOver with clearly labeled items, thoughtful hints, and drag/drop announcements, making the app quickly accessible to those who are blind or low-vision.”