After acquiring popular iOS automation app Workflow, Apple is providing refunds to some users who recently purchased the app. One user on Reddit said they “bought workflow maybe 2 weeks before the acquisition was announced” and recently received an email from Apple announcing that the company would be providing a refund of the full purchase price. Another user who claims to have bought the app a month ago didn’t get a similar email and hasn’t seen a refund posted, so it’s unclear how far back Apple is going with its reimbursement. In an unusual move for the company, Apple left Workflow available in the App Store after buying it and simply made it free.
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