Microsoft’s IFTTT Competitor Flow Gets Its First Android Beta

Microsoft’s IFTTT Competitor Flow Gets Its First Android Beta

Android: Microsoft’s Flow is trying to compete with IFTTT, the automation service we already love pretty well. Now it’s finally gotten a key component: An Android app. Adventurous beta users can try it out now.

Unfortunately, the Flow app for Android is pretty limited. You can use it to monitor your recipes, pause or unpause them and get notifications when they fail to run. However, you can’t create new ones and it doesn’t come with any Android-specific automation tasks. Still, if you’re using Flow, it’s a handy tool to have.

In order to try it out, you’ll need to sign up to be a beta tester here, then download it from the Play Store here. You’ll also need a Microsoft account associated with either a work or school email address for now in order to sign in.

Microsoft Flow Beta [Google Play Store via Android Police]

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