Microsoft launches Flow beta app for Windows phones [Update]

Almost a year ago, Microsoft introduced Flow, a tool allowing business users "to mash-up two or more different services", offering similar functionality to IFTTT. Last June, it introduced its first beta for iOS, and released its public beta for Android in August, before officially launching Flow at the end of October.

Today, Microsoft's Adi Regev, Principal Project Manager for Flow Mobile, announced that a beta is "now available" for Windows phones.

However, the beta is not actually available yet for general download. "If you wish to participate in our Beta program," Regev said, "please send your request to titled 'Request to join Windows Phone App beta'".

Microsoft has been regularly adding to Flow with new features and services in recent months.

Update: For reasons far beyond the realms of logic and understanding, Microsoft deleted its original blog post, and reposted almost exactly the same information as an entirely new blog post, which can now be found here.

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