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Apple has acquired Workflow, a powerful automation tool for iPad and iPhone - TechCrunch

Apple has finalized a deal to acquire Workflow today — a tool that lets you hook together apps and functions within apps in strings of commands to automate tasks. We've been tracking this one for a while but were able to confirm just now that the ink ...and more »

Apple Acquires Workflow - MacStories

Workflow, the popular automation app for iOS and one of my major areas of focus on MacStories, has been acquired by Apple. Matthew Panzarino, reporting for TechCrunch: Apple has finalized a deal to acquire Workflow today — a tool that lets you hook ...and more »

Apple bought the best utility app for the iPhone, Workflow - The Verge

TechCrunch has just reported and confirmed that Apple has purchased mobile app Workflow for an undisclosed sum. It's a clever little utility that allows you to string together different actions on the iPhone and iPad. It's the closest thing iOS has to ...and more »

Apple buys automation app Workflow and makes it free - Mashable

Apple has acquired Workflow, a popular productivity app that lets you automate tasks on your iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch. The terms of the acquisition, which was first reported on by TechCrunch, were not made public, but Apple has confirmed the deal.and more »

Apple snaps up Workflow, an iOS automation app for power users [Updated] - Ars Technica

Late yesterday, Apple closed a deal to acquire Workflow, an app for iOS power users that lets you string a series of repetitive actions together to make them easier and quicker to accomplish. In many ways, the app accomplishes for iOS what the ...and more »

Watch Workflow's original pitch in 2014 - VentureBeat

Workflow, the well-liked automation app that Apple just picked up through an acquisition, got its start in 2014 at a hackathon in Michigan, of all places. Nick Frey, Conrad Kramer, Veeral Patel, and Ari Weinstein built the app in January 2014 for a ...and more »

Apple's acquisition of Workflow could bring automation to iOS - Macworld

After this week's news that Apple had acquired iOS power user app Workflow, you'd be excused for being a bit confused about the future of automation on Apple's platform. After all, it was just last November that Sal Soghoian, Apple's product manager of ...and more »

Workflow already looked like an Apple product. Now it is one - CNET

Workflow's look and feel won it an Apple Design Award. Workflow. Apple snapped up popular app Workflow on Wednesday, making it free on the App Store for iPhone and iPad users. Apple confirmed the Workflow acquisition to TechCrunch. Apple and ...and more »

Apple Acquires Popular Automation App Workflow - Mac Rumors

Apple has acquired well-known and popular automation app Workflow, reports TechCrunch. The deal was reportedly finalized today for an unspecified sum. Workflow, first released in 2014, is an automation tool that can essentially do anything. It allows ...and more »

Apple confirms acquisition of DeskConnect, the team behind automation app Workflow - VentureBeat

Apple today confirmed that it has acquired DeskConnect, the startup behind Workflow, an iOS app that makes it possible for people to build custom actions involving multiple apps. Terms of the deal weren't disclosed. Apple has now made the app free ...and more »