Microsoft’s IFTTT- and Zapier-like process automation solution, Flow, is the company’s own service for connecting primarily enterprise solutions like Office 365, Salesforce, and more. Flow first made its mobile appearance on iOS, and Microsoft hinted that an Android version was in the works as well. So far, there’s been no mention of a version for the company’s own Windows 10 Mobile.
Today, Twitter user WalkingCat, who’s provided some nice early warning in the past of new Microsoft items, let us know that the Flow app for Android is now officially available as a preview without the need to sign up as a beta tester.
Heading over to the Google Play Store, we have this description of Flow for Android:
Currently available for public Beta, this easy-to-use business app tracks and manages the automated workflows you create between your web services, files, and cloud-based data, making it easy to:
· Instantaneously respond to critical notifications or emails
· Inform the whole team whenever a work item is updated
· Capture, track, and follow-up with new sales leads
· Get an overview of the data your flows are automatically collecting
Get real-time tracking and control
Sign in with your work or school account, and use the Microsoft Flow app to monitor your automated flow runs. Whether you want a general overview or detailed information, it’s easy to diagnose issues, synchronize data, and more.
· Turn flows on or off from wherever you are
· See when a flow has failed
· Review detailed run history reports
· View and filter runs by notification type
Here’s what’s newest in the app:
– Support for displaying advanced flows
– Improved first-use experience
– Easier feedback submission
– Bug fixes
If you’re giving Flow a try and would like to get automating on your Android device, then download the app below. Let us know in the comments how you think Flow compares to IFTTT and Zapier.