Today, we released Alfred 3.7, which brings support for macOS Mojave.
Alfred 3.6 was released yesterday, and brings improvements to the new Bookmarks feature, as well as to Snippets and Clipboard search, File Navigation, Workflows and more!
Alfred 3.5 brings you a new bookmarks feature, improvements to workflows and other features, as well as support for macOS 10.13 High Sierra.
Alfred 3.4 is a stunning release; It's so feature-filled, that it's challenging to summarise all the new additions in one blog post!
This release adds access to clipboard history items for workflows and snippets, better control over 1Password vaults, a new way to access preferences and much more.
Really, we should have called this release 3.3, as it's more than a simple bug-fix release, but Andrew couldn't resist a release number as entertaining as 3.2.1.
The 3.2 release brings numerous improvements, so take a look for more details on what's new!
Today, we released Alfred 3.1, bringing some new additions and improvements to workflows and Alfred generally.
Alfred 3.0.3 and 2.8.6 are both now available for download
On Tuesday, we released 3.0.1 as a first round of improvements to the initial release; It's been an incredibly smooth release, but these improvements iron out the few small kinks we've encountered.
Yesterday, we released Alfred 2.8.2, which includes improvements to Alfred's integration with the 1Password password manager, as well as general improvements to Alfred.
Today, we released Alfred 2.8.1, which includes compatibility improvements for Apple's OS X 10.11, El Capitan.
Today, we released Alfred 2.8, which includes improvements to a number of features.
We've popped a new pre-release out today to improve reliability of the new non-activating window focus in Alfred introduced in 2.7.2, which affected a small number of users.
It's a double-whammy release today; Alfred 2.7.2 and Alfred Remote 1.1 are both available for download!
For those who enjoy helping us test pre-releases, you can now update to Alfred 2.7.2.
We pride ourselves on new releases that are not only feature-filled but also stable and bug-free. In yesterday's release, a small issue slipped in that affected Python-based workflows specifically.
In this new release, we've given lots of love to Alfred Remote and workflows, making some great additions to give you even more room to be creative.
Today, we're thrilled to announce the launch of Alfred Remote for iOS on the iTunes App Store. We've been giving you teasers for a few months, but it's now well and truly here - and it's great fun to use!
This is a brief post to let you know that Alfred 2.6 is now in pre-release, ahead of this afternoon's general release of Alfred 2.6 and Alfred Remote for iOS.
This release adds support for the new 1Password 5, and brings improvements to workflow search.
Alfred v2.5 contains both visible improvements and subtle tweaks; Take a look at the highlights for this release.
This release improves the user experience in Apple's newly released OS X Yosemite, adds improvements to themes, fuzzy matching in File Navigation and improvements to workflows.
Release 2.4 adds better support for saving Alfred's preferences in OS X Yosemite Preview 4, as well as a whole host of amazing new improvements including two brand new Yosemite themes.
Hot on the heels of the last release, Alfred v2.3 contains an abundance of new Powerpack features focused on workflows, including some very handy improvements for those of you who love hotkeys.
In today's release, we've added new organisation, filtering and copying options for workflows, as well as a new debugging tool for workflow creators.
Alfred 2.1 and 2.1.1 were released to add full support for OS X 10.9 Mavericks, including searching tags with "tags", Apple Maps support and more.
This release adds compatibility for the highly anticipated 1Password 4 by AgileBits.
Today's update, 2.0.7, beautifully rounds the initial v2 release, with heaps of improvements, bug fixes, new features and tweaks to make Alfred work more smoothly than ever.
Version 2.0.4 brings many improvements to Alfred 2's new features, with even better performance and robustness. It also sets the foundation for the exciting plans we have for v2.1.
This release adds the ability to import your Alfred 1 settings into Alfred 2 to make your upgrade smoother.
Apple released iTunes 11.0.2 today, making a few changes to its AppleScript support, and Alfred 1.3.3 fixes the minor issues some users experienced with the Mini Player.
After many months of hard work, we can finally share the first Alfred v2 beta. As you've seen from the recent sneak peeks, there are huge improvements and some great new features.
Release notes for Alfred 1.3.1: The main new feature of this release is especially for Mountain Lion users; you can now use Notification Centre instead of Growl for extensions and general Alfred notifications.
Release notes for Alfred 1.3 - Lots of lovely additions, including the multi-file buffer, QuickLook file preview, improvements to 1Password integration and more.
Release notes for Alfred 1.2 (May 2012), announcing the new integration with numerous new features and improvements.
Release notes for Alfred 1.1, bringing you improvements to Address Book, Hotkeys and Extensions.
It's with immense pride and excitement that we released version 1.0 of Alfred today. A major milestone for us, having spent the past two years creating this app and getting to know the awesome Mac community that surrounds us.
Release notes for Alfred 0.9.9, bringing in the awesome first iteration of the Extensions feature.
Alfred 0.9 is now available: This is one of the most significant releases, bringing you many new features and improvements and really expanding the scope of what's possible to do with Alfred.
Yesterday, we released Alfred version 0.8.2, which contains more features, improvements and bug fixes than any previous release.
We are releasing version 0.8.1 earlier than expected today. As many of you know, the Mac App Store went live at the end of last week and the Alfred core (0.8) was a very popular download.
Release notes for Alfred 0.8 (December 2010), adding Clipboard Snippets, the "Eject" command, the ability to customise fallback searches and the much-loved usage stats!
As 0.8 draws closer to being ready (1st dev release likely within the next week), I thought I would go over some of the motivations behind this release and give a bit of a sneak peek at some features between now and 1.0.
Release notes for Alfred 0.7.2 (October 2010) announcing the release of the brand new Clipboard History feature, as well as improvement to the File System Navigation and iTunes Mini Player.
I love interacting with our Twitter followers, giving them sneak peeks of things I am working on for Alfred. Screenshots of upcoming features, discussing future ideas. However, this poses a bit of a problem.
Release notes for Alfred 0.7.1, published in September 2010. Includes updates to Alfred's iTunes integration and Mini Player.
Following a solid week of testing and tweaking, the Powerpack is now available. The feedback we received from you has been mindblowingly positive and you seem to be having as much fun using the new features as we are.
We've been working tirelessly on the latest few versions of Alfred, adding plenty of new functionality for your enjoyment. Take a look at some highlights from release 0.6.4.
A lot of work has gone into 0.6, from adding new features to optimising what's already there for speed and efficiency. In summary, here are some of the key changes.
It's now just over a month since we first launched Alfred. The first thing we'd like to say is a huge thank you to the +13,000 people who have downloaded Alfred.
Release notes for Alfred 0.5, March 2010 - Adding features like the dictionary, basic calculator, numerous new web searches, and more.
Today is Sunday, 7th March. It's been a week since Alfred was first released out to beta users, and version 0.4.1 goes out today. To be honest, it's hard to believe it's only been a week!
Changelog for Alfred 0.4.1 - Alfred's second release in 2010.