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6/23/2016
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Microsoft Flow For iOS Aims To Help Apps Play Nice

It's remarkable how poorly software-based products and services communicate. With the introduction of Flow for iOS on Wednesday, Microsoft is taking another step toward enabling applications to play nice.
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