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Microsoft today announced that it is launching a Beta program for its Flow App for Windows Phone. The app is currently available for users on Web, iOS and Android and now finally the company is releasing the Flow App to its Own Mobile OS.

The Microsoft Flow app is a cloud based tool on similar lines to IFTTT which lets you set automated workflows between your favourite apps. Currently the Flow App supports nearly 110 different services which include OneDrive, OneNote etc and also many third party apps like Facebook, Dropbox and more.

Currently the Flow app is Free to use, but might not have all the features which a premium version of the app might have services like MailChimp and Salesforce. ¬†Currently the Windows Phone Beta app is not yet available in Windows Store, users would need to join the beta program by sending an email to [email protected]. After you receive the email from the company you would be able to join the Flow Beta program.

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