Microsoft Flow now available for Windows 10 Mobile
Months after its initial release for other mobile platforms, Microsoft's workflow automation service Flow is now available (opens in new tab) for Windows 10 Mobile. Curiously, while Microsoft had initially announced Flow for Windows 10 Mobile would launch as a closed beta earlier this month, the app is now available for everyone to download and try out at the Windows Store (via WindowsBlogItalia).
Flow works much like IFTTT (If This Then That), working with a large number of service to automate interactions between them. Currently, Flow supports more than 100 services (opens in new tab), including the likes of Slack, Todoist, OneDrive and more. Here's a quick rundown of the app's features on Windows 10 Mobile:
- Create new flows when you need them - from anywhere!
- Trigger flows to run at the tap of a button
- Manage your flows from anywhere
- Monitor flow success
- Review detailed run history reports
- View and filter runs by notification type
In addition, the app's Store page promises that Team flows and button sharing will be coming to Windows 10 Mobile soon.
While the app is open to anyone, do be aware that there are some hardware restrictions. In particular, the app specifies that you must be running a Windows 10 Mobile device with at least 2GB of RAM. Unsurprisingly, the app is not available for Windows Phone 8.1 devices either. If your interest is piqued, you can grab Flow from the Windows Store and give it a shot now.
Download Microsoft Flow from the Windows Store (opens in new tab)
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It needs a lot of improvement. Don't believe this app actually went through any quality control, if there is one.
If a user on WC posts a W10m is dead comment, Then give them a slap across the face.
I'm sure it will get even better as it is improved and updated. Thanks for the heads app ;)