Microsoft Flow arrives on Windows 10 Mobile

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Microsoft Flow is the company’s attempt at competing with IFTTT, a platform that allows certain tasks to be performed if specified conditions are met, such as turning your lights off when you leave a designated area. Up until now, Microsoft Flow has not been available on Windows 10 Mobile, with it arriving to Android and iOS first, followed by a beta for Windows 10 Mobile.

Now, however, Microsoft Flow is available for Windows 10 Mobile from the Windows Store. With it comes the following features:

  • 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

So far, 1 user has reported an issue with the Windows Store reportedly saying that a Microsoft Lumia 950 device doesn’t fit the requirements to run, it is unclear if this issue affects all Lumia 950 devices or if it is a simple bug.

Give it a try and let us know what you think in the comments below!

Microsoft Flow
Microsoft Flow
Price: Free


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