Perhaps one of the most advanced apps for IOS was bought Wednesday by Apple for an unknown amount, writes Tech Chrunch. Workflow is a popular automation tool for iOS that allows users to do things like download Youtube videos, create GIFs from a series of photos, post images on multiple same social networks simultaneously, sending an estimated traveling time home to a contact, just by pressing a button, among other things.
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app was released in 2014 and won in 2015 Apple Deisgn Awards, and then Wednesday, then owned app by Apple. If the app will continue to exist in its current form, or disappear and become part of the IOS is currently unclear.
The app has since the acquisition has been free in the App Store, a move that should mean that the app will remain in its current form for at least a while.
By extension, it might also be a focus on more advanced features in IOS. Tech Chruch speculate that the acquisition may result in an integration with Siri to give the assistant opportunities, or possibly become the basis of a more advanced automation tools for the iPad.