Workflow for iOS Gets First Update After Being Acquired by Apple
Back in March, Apple acquired iOS automation app Workflow, then made it available free for all to download. The app has gained its first update after being acquired by the iPhone maker, which requires Pocket and Google Chrome actions.
The update, version 1.7.4, also gains updated Apple Music actions, to now let users add music to their Up Next queue. Here’s the complete change log:
Get Distance now supports getting the distance from a specified location
The order of items passed from a Dictionary action to Choose from List is now preserved
Fixed getting prices for books in Search iTunes Store
Fixed making archives with special characters in the filename on iOS 10.3 and later
Fixed an issue where workflow glyphs in the Today Widget may be stretched and cut off
Fixed an issue where latitude and longitude may be formatted incorrectly in international locales
Fixed an issue where .wflow files may fail to open on iOS 10.3 and later
Fixed an issue where improperly formatted URLs from Pinboard could cause Workflow to crash
Fixed an issue where booleans may not update when their value is changed inside dictionary fields
Fixed an issue where handing off clipboard content from the Today Widget or Action Extension may throw a “The file Clipboard could not be opened” error
Fixed an issue that could cause Workflow to crash on launch
Other bug fixes and minor additions
If you’ve never used Workflow, check out their documentation here to get started.
Click here to download Workflow for iOS in the App Store.