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Microsoft is working on a new app called Flow and we have the first images of the new app to give you a better look at the product; the micro-email chat application is being tested internally.
Earlier today, a new app called flow for iOS was outed and after digging around a bit, we have a clear picture of what the tool is and how it will function if Microsoft does release the app.
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