Apple bought well-known application to create a optimization Workflow, reports TechCrunch. The transaction value was not disclosed.
Launched in 2014, the service Workflow allows you to create your own shortcuts for various functions related to the iOS and apps on iPhone and iPad. The app contains hundreds of templates for various actions. It can be used to automate simple tasks, for example, create a gif animation from multiple images or extract pictures from web sites. Users can create their own workflows, or download the ready with the official gallery or other sources.
Apple confirmed the purchase, the newspaper notes, but did not specify how much it paid for DeskConnect — the company that owns the Workflow.
Application developers — Ari Weinstein, Conrad Kramer and Nick Frey has previously received a design award from Apple in 2015 at the annual conference of developers Worldwide Developers Conference.
Workflow also earned special praise from team Apple for making smartphones more accessible for the visually impaired.