Ari Weinstein, a co-founder of the Workflow app, which was bought by Apple and integrated into The Shortcuts system, recently left the company.
In a tweet to Twitter this Friday Ari Weinstein explains that after six years of working at Apple, He has decided to leave the company. As per the information on his LinkedIn page, the profile indicates that he was in the job title of Software Engineering Manager as of April 2017. This means it’s been at Apple for the past six and 3 months.
Weinstein was hired by Apple during the iPhone maker’s acquisition of Workflow which was an automation application that ultimately resulted in Apple in the same way introducing its Shortcuts application. Weinstein was the co-founder and CEO of DeskConnect the company behind Workflow.
“When we developed the Workflow app during a hackathon, I’d didn’t think I would see it be installed on every iPhone as well as powers systems like Shortcuts or App intents.” Weinstein writes. Weinstein. “I’m very thankful for this adventure as well as for my team.”
When discussing working with Apple the engineer reveals that he has used Apple products since the time he was a young child and that working alongside other gifted individuals “has been a real pleasure and lots of enjoyable.”
Weinstein isn’t sure what’s coming up in the future He does say that he’ll be “excited to have some time to build something brand new.”