Apple buys the company developed

Mar

23

2017

to implement automation tasks Workflow
The application is available free of charge on the Store Store
Google + LinkedIn Facebook Twitter
Apple on Wednesday confirmed its acquisition of DeskConnect, a startup company that has a Workflow application that allows users of iPhone, iPad and Apple computers to automate tasks.

TechCruch was the first to talk about the deal, which did not disclose its financial details. They are included in the Talent Acquisition category, in which companies seek to capitalize on the talents and expertise of the team behind these emerging companies.

The Werkflu application is largely similar to the famous automation service IFTTT, which allows users to automate tasks associated with several applications to accomplish a dimension without interference, including more than 200 actions, including those related to contacts, maps, music, camera, and photos , Reminders, Safari browser, Twitter, Facebook, I-Cloud, and Dropbox.

In contrast to similar deals, Apple does not intend to stop the application, but made it available free of charge on the Store Store, after it was available for $ 3. This was the application of “Werkflo” won the design award from Apple for 2015.

“The reason why the Werkfloo application for the 2015 Apple Design Award was the great use of the accessibility features of IOS,” Apple commented on the deal.

Viewing:-103

In: Technology & Gadgets Asked By: [17021 Red Star Level]

Answer this Question

You must be Logged In to post an Answer.

Not a member yet? Sign Up Now »