Apple acquires Workflow, a strong evidence of how successful and irreplaceable Workflow has been. Although the upsides of this purchase have yet to emerge (except Workflow is free now), I immediately face the downside of it—Workflow has pulled the support for Pocket, a read-it-later service that I heavily rely on every day. This is probably the first time I feel quite disappointed about Workflow.阅读全文
Released on March 1, Workflow 1.7.1 brings the ability I’ve been waiting for—calling an existing workflow inside another workflow.
I’ve been tracking the time I spent on various personal activities, mostly my reading activity, for more than five years. Along the way, I’ve tested a number of apps and web services and always itched for a more efficient way to do the tracking. Putting aside how much productivity tracking the time can endow you, the very procedure of starting and stopping a timer with most apps is not productive at all. Sometimes I would rather not to trigger a timer, simply due to the hassle of unlocking my phone, launching the app and hitting the start button.
Everything’s changed with the advent of Workflow app on iOS.阅读全文