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  • Flow streamlines the way apps are used
  • Flow streamlines the way apps are used
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Flow streamlines the way apps are used

With Gen Yers spending a third of their waking lives on devices, a fair amount of time is wasted flicking between apps and services. Wouldn’t it be simpler if there was a way to connect all your apps? Enter Flow, a service from Microsoft that's designed to do just that.

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