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“We like to push the boundaries of what’s possible. We’ve always felt like apps should be better at working together and communicating with each other and it’s kind of a shortcoming of iOS that they don’t.
Maybe I want to take a picture, edit it and save it to my camera roll, and then I want to post it to Facebook. I drag and drop each function, hit run, and my new Workflow app is going to go through each action. Maybe I’m always sharing music with people, so I create a Workflow app where I choose some songs, preview them and then I send them in a text message. 
We went to a hackathon, built Workflow, won first place, then won Apple’s best iOS app award. Now we’re starting a company. We’ve never really done that before.”
Ari Weinstein, Conrad Kramer, Nick ​Frey and Veeral Patel  ​| Workflow​

“We like to push the boundaries of what’s possible. We’ve always felt like apps should be better at working together and communicating with each other and it’s kind of a shortcoming of iOS that they don’t.

Maybe I want to take a picture, edit it and save it to my camera roll, and then I want to post it to Facebook. I drag and drop each function, hit run, and my new Workflow app is going to go through each action. Maybe I’m always sharing music with people, so I create a Workflow app where I choose some songs, preview them and then I send them in a text message. 

We went to a hackathon, built Workflow, won first place, then won Apple’s best iOS app award. Now we’re starting a company. We’ve never really done that before.”

Ari Weinstein, Conrad Kramer, Nick ​Frey and Veeral Patel  ​| Workflow​

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