The app helps the users to manage tasks using shortcuts
Apple recently acquired an iOS app Workflow in the App store and the just listed app under Apple section of the App Store. The workflow app is a very interesting as well as a handy app which lets the user do a lot of automation. The app iOS have certain limitations in creating or customizing the task of the iPhone. However, Workflow is the cure for that problem, it is used to integrate the apps and customize the task accordingly and create shortcuts. The workflow app is just added to the list of apps comes under Apple apps section.
The workflow app allows the user to make customized shortcuts for the task that generally took time and effort to achieve. For example, you want to convey a specific person about the time of your arrival you can set a shortcut for it or you can even set the reminder for anything. Additionally, it also helps in integrating two or more apps that can be used to perform one important task. This wonderful app was consistently catching the eye of the users with its exceptional functionalities. Apple bought the app from the developer and put it in the App store for the users for no charge.
Earlier the app is tagged with a profitable price tag by the developers that made the user somewhat hesitate in downloading the app. But the Apple knew the potential of this emerging iOS app so acquired it instantly and provided with nos cost to the users. And finally, added to the family of Apple’s app in the App store.
Workflow app is somehow what similar to the IFFT that the user to customize the other apps for specific tasks. There are also many apps in the Android that offers the same functionality as Workflow but none of them have the same accessibility compare to Workflow
Apple is slowly starting to take the market it in its hand by expanding the product reach. As Apple doesn't need to worry about the profit and revenue as it the all-time money-making the machine. Along with this, the tech giant is the most valuable company across the globe. Let us know what you think about Apple acquiring the emerging apps in the App store.
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