Now partially supporting VS Express editions

Hello Flow users, A new update (0.93b) is now available at our homepage.  We strongly recommend you update your previous versions – many bug fixes and performance improvments in this update. Besides the bug fixes, Flow beta now partially supports VS Express editions due to many requests in our forums and via contact emails. Enjoy.

Article about Flow in

Flow’s buzz is all over the net: Two days ago, posted an article about Flow, including screenshots and usage example. Although Flow is only available as a Beta version, we got a pretty good review by Tony Patton.  Check it out: At the end of the article Patton says it was hard adjusting to […]

Squished some more bugs

We have worked hard lately to get rid of some more bugs in Flow, thanks to detailed report in our Support forums: Some users tried to use Flow and it didn’t work at all – now EVERY user can enjoy Flow. The new version is available to download via our homepage – I […]

Flow is the Cool Thing of the Day

Yesterday, Flow was metioned as the “cool thing of the day” in Greg Duncan’s blog: Writing: //? = Taking “Google Coding” to the next level? Flow~, the Visual Studio extension, brings the net directly into the code window… [Think “Turn the internet into a huge snippet repository”]   Read some more cool daily recommendations […]

More bug fixes

Flow 0.92b is now unleashed for more bug fixes. Inorder to upgrade from a previous beta version, uninstall the previous version manually (Tools -> Extension Manager), then install the new one. Please keep reporting bugs to us so we can make Flow as clean and bug-free as possible.   Enjoy!

Critical bug fixes

Hello fellow programmers, Some Flow users encountered errors in using the extension, so we pulled up a quick critical-bug-fix version,  now available to download from our homepage: (the regular download button). To upgrade from your previous version, you need to uninstall the extension first (Tools -> Extension Manager).  Don’t worry, in the full version upgrading […]

Flow is FREE for personal use

Thought we should make things clear about our licensing policy Flow is FREE OF CHARGE for PERSONAL use – relevant to the beta and the full version of our product. Feel free to download and try our beta version!

Flow BETA version is up and running!

We are excited to announce that you can download the first, BETA version of Flow extension. This is a trial version for 30 days, and is compatible with Visual Studio versions 2010, 2012, and the new 2013 RC. You can download Flow now at our homepage: If you have any questions, please contact us […]