The beta version of Microsoft's workflow management app, Flow, is now available for Android users on the Google Play Store for testing, nearly a month since its iOS launch.
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Following on the release of Flow, Microsoft Research has introduced CAP - or Conditional Action Programmer - an IFTTT-style webapp that creates new tasks through Natural Language Processing.
Sidewalk Labs, a Google/Alphabet startup, wants to make life better in cities by making them smarter. But the company also wants to insert itself into every aspect of modern city life.
In April, Microsoft launched Flow, a tool to help business users automate tasks and workflow across major apps and services. Today, it's launched a mobile app for iOS, and it's coming soon to Android.
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Microsoft today announced Flow, a 'brand new SaaS' for automating workflows across applications. The firm also announced a public preview for PowerApps, a service for helping businesses to build apps.
Microsoft is preparing to launch Flow, a new IFTTT-style service for businesses and schools that will allow users to automate tasks across dozens of web services, helping them to "work less, do more".
Microsoft has released Send, an app that was previously called 'Flow', which is a lightweight email service that acts a lot like a messaging platform, but is only available to iOS users, for now.
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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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