In the middle of last month, the news of Apple's purchase of the Workflow workflow application broke out, making this application free, ceasing to cost the 2,99 euros it cost. Wofkflow allows us to perform tasks on iOS that are not natively possible, such as downloading YouTube videos, creating GIFs from photos, and much more. Many were the rumors that began to appear after this purchase, rumors that Apple could integrate the operation of Workflow in iOS 11 or the next version iOS 12. It seems that this will be the next step, since according to the latest information published, Workflow will stop receiving further updates.
Accidental Tech Podcast has had access to an email that Workflow support sent to an application user, confirming that there are no future updates planned for Workflow, but the application will continue to receive support for the functionalities that Apple did not remove after the update that it released. after you buy it.
But just so you know, we are not planning to release any Workflow updates. Having said that, we will continue to support the Workflow functionality and at the moment there are no plans to stop offering it, so please let me know if you experience any type of error again.
Following the Workflow acquisition, Apple began offering the app for free on the App Store, reimbursing customers who had recently paid for it. But incidentally, he took the opportunity to eliminate certain features with Google Chrome, Pocket, LINE, Telegram and Uber. Presumably, the trio that founded Workflow, Ari Weinstein, Conrad Kramer, and Nick Frey, must currently be working on the next version of iOS in which Workflow will become part of the operating system.