Microsoft Flow app appears in Windows Store, only for Windows 10 Mobile phones with 2GB+RAM

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Yesterday was a great day to be a user of Microsoft Flow, as Microsoft announced a new set of features that will be coming to the service. After launching on iOS and Android back in October, today some extra news has surfaced, as the Microsoft Flow app is also now available for download in the Windows Store for some Windows 10 Mobile Phones (via Neowin.)

Despite what Microsoft has mentioned in previous blog posts about a beta version of the Microsoft Flow app, the app which has surfaced in the Windows Store has no beta references. The app is also only for Windows 10 Mobile phones with 2GB or more of RAM, and is not supported on Windows Phone 8.1. You can find a list of the app’s features below.

  • 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

Interestingly, the store listing for the app also mentions that some new features are “coming soon” to the app, including the ability to view team flows straight from the Flow mobile app, and the ability to share buttons with others. If curiosity has caught your mind, you can find the download link for the app below. Once you’ve checked it out, please drop us a comment to let us know how the experience is going for you.

Microsoft Flow
Microsoft Flow
Price: Free
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