After rolling out their new automation service Microsoft Flow earlier this year, Microsoft has now announced the general availability of the new service ,which has been created to provide a competitor to the popular IFTTT service.
To re-cap Microsoft Flow is a cloud-based service that has been designed to makes it easier to automate common tasks and business processes across popular applications and services.
Such as Office 365, Slack, Dropbox, SalesForce.com, Dynamics 365 and more. Microsoft explains a little more about the new Flow service :
Whether you’re using desktop, iOS, or Android devices, Microsoft Flow is available for you. Today we are announcing the full public availability of the Microsoft Flow app on Android, joining the Microsoft Flow app for iPhone. Anyone can create flows directly on their phone. Browse our rich template gallery, navigate through our services list, search the gallery by keyword, or select a category of solutions. Even if you are new to Flow, we’ll help get you started with our new, ready-to-use experience, which makes it possible to wire up flows with just a click or two.
Once you have your flows running, you can easily monitor their runs from anywhere, and get push notifications straight to your device. Finally, with flow buttons for mobile, you can easily and quickly trigger any action at anytime and anywhere. You can do everything from texting a colleague that you’re running late to a meeting, to triggering a new product build in Visual Studio, all with a single tap.
For more information on the new Microsoft Flow service jump over to the Microsoft website for details via the link below.