February 10, 2015
Twenty-year-old Mt. Airy native Ari Weinstein and his partner Conrad Kramer, an 18-year-old Cherry Hill native, have given new meaning to the word "workflow" with their new app.
Released in December, the Workflow application allows you to customize and automate multistep digital tasks you do everyday on a smartphone.
"One way to describe it would be that Workflow lets you automate different things that you do every day, so you can do them just with a push of a button," Weinstein told FlyingKiteMedia.com. "You can sort of make these really personalized experiences that automate things that only you do."
In May 2014, Weinstein and Kramer, now based in San Francisco, found out they’d been selected for the Thiel Fellowship, granted every year to 20 college students under the age of 20 nationwide. Winners receive $100,000 over a two-year period to pursue a passion outside of the classroom.
Workflow is Weinstein’s second app launch; he also developed DeskConnect.
Read the full story and check out a video of how the app works below.