After months of intense development and testing, we're delighted to say that Alfred 4 is here.
Prepare your keyboards and stretch those finger muscles, Alfred 4 is coming in June!
Today, we celebrate Alfred's birthday. It's been 9 years since we released the very first version of Alfred into the wild, and received a warm, kind and completely unexpected response!
Alfred 3 is here and ready for you, after months of intense development, polishing and testing. In this post, we're highlighting a few of the new features.
It's with great excitement that we started rolling out the Alfred 3 beta today. The feedback so far has been fantastic!
Boost your productivity with in-line snippets expansion, a new Alfred 3 feature!
On Monday, we announced Alfred 3 and shared the first few sneak previews of the new features.
We're excited to announce that Alfred version 3 is on the way, with new features and improvements you'll love.
For Alfred's birthday, we're offering 10% discount on the Powerpack.
Just over a week ago, we launched our new site, which was a few months in the making. I'm very proud of the results, and am keen to share with you what we changed and we we did it.
We submitted Alfred Remote to Apple for review on 15th December and are eagerly awaiting approval. Once we get the green light, you can expect Remote to be coming soon.
We're thrilled to say that Remote has now been submitted to Apple for app review. We now await Apple's approval with bated breath.
With Christmas on its way, we're counting down the days with our very own Christmas calendar. Today, we are donating £1000 GBP to Water Aid, a charity that helps provide water and sanitation.
A few months ago, we announced Alfred Remote for iOS. While we put the final beautiful touches to it, here's the first sneak preview of what's coming.
Over the past year, we've rolled out our corporate licensing scheme to many companies who love Alfred.
Wondering why Andrew's been a little quiet on Twitter lately? He's been busy working away on something new you'll love.
Apple announced OS X Yosemite today. Don't worry, Alfred is here to stay - and continues to grow beautifully.
After many months of development and beta testing, Alfred v2 has now officially landed!
With Alfred v2 now available for everyone to download, you might wonder where to start. This primer is your guided tour to version 2.
Get the balloons, the cake and the candles out - it's Alfred's third birthday today!
We've roped in the help of long-time friend of Alfred and amazing workflow developer David Ferguson. Also known as jdfwarrior, David was one of the earliest and keenest extension developers.
As we prepare for the imminent first v2 beta release, take a look at some of the early workflows coming soon.
Alfred 2 is full of clever little touches that will make your experience more pleasant.
In v2, you'll be able to theme Alfred to match your desktop or your mood. Take a look at the new theme editor.
One of the big benefits of doing a major release and, in fact, a thorough rewrite of Alfred is that it has allowed us to rethink many of the basic aspects of the software.
Take a sneak peek at some of the new workflows coming to the Alfred v2 Powerpack soon.
After over 6 months of work in secret, we can officially announce that Alfred version 2 is coming!
Yesterday, Apple released iTunes 11, bringing on some changes to the way external applications like Alfred can interact with it. We've made a few fixes to keep your experience with Alfred's Mini Player enjoyable.
Apple recently announced OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, which contains great new security features. One of these is Gatekeeper, the perfect solution for Alfred.
Last week, we invited Alfred users to submit their own custom themes for version 1.2. We've now picked the themes that will make it into the Alfred core.
It's that time of year again: We're all packed up and heading to Austin, Texas for this year's South by Southwest Interactive.
This week, Alfred celebrates his second birthday. And he likes to do it in style!
In November '12, we released Alfred v1. Since the release, Alfred received numerous accolades, including the revered Macworld Editor's Choice Award.
2011 was an epic year in the truest sense. To each and every one of you, thank you for the support you've given us.
Over the course of December, we've been giving away all sorts of tips and goodies for you to enjoy as part of our Christmas calendar. Today, we've decided to give differently.
The Mac App Store is transitioning towards sandboxing applications. Here's how it affects Alfred, and why we recommend buying the Powerpack directly from our website.
We've upgraded our payment process, and have opted for the excellent FoxyCart platform to handle the checkout process.
Introducing the "Neighbours" feature to Alfred 0.9 (April Fools parody)
Next week, the Alfred team (Andrew, Vero and Anna) will be heading to Austin, Texas for South by Southwest Interactive. Come say hello!
When Andrew and I look back at how much has happened in the past year, it's hard to believe it's only been a year since we launched Alfred.
Many of you have been asking for some Alfred-branded loveliness, so we've now set up a Zazzle store for stickers, mugs and more.
Yesterday, Apple launched its Mac App Store, and you can download the core version of Alfred for free from the App Store.
Our Christmas Calendar has come to an end, tips and treats have been shared and now it's time to sit back and enjoy the holiday atmosphere.
It's been a while since I wrote my last post on the blog, and I am over the moon with how much progress I've made with Alfred in the last 6-7 weeks.
Five weeks ago, we announced the Powerpack, a set of incredibly powerful features sitting on top of the Alfred core. Now, we're just days away from going to pre-release.
We're announcing the Powerpack, a paid set of incredibly powerful new features sitting on top of the stable and robust core of Alfred.