Using Alfred's fallback searches is a great way to speed up your searches by adding your most-used sites to the list of searches you see when your term doesn't match a result on your local Mac.
Over the past year, we've rolled out our corporate licensing scheme to many companies who love Alfred.
Kick your keyboard control into high gear. Take a look at how you can improve your workday by adopting these ten tricks and creating a few handy hotkeys of your own.
Clipboard History is a Powerpack feature that has saved me hours of searching for links and re-typing text. More than once, it also saved my bacon when my browser or text editor crashed.
We simply couldn't live without 1Password; Here's why we love it and how you can use the 1Click bookmarks integration in Alfred.
Get things done better and faster at school with web searches, custom searches and extensions.
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.
This week, Alfred celebrates his second birthday. And he likes to do it in style!
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.
Yesterday, we released Alfred version 0.8.2, which contains more features, improvements and bug fixes than any previous release.
Using the Mac App Store version of Alfred and want the Powerpack? Here's how to get Alfred installed from our website so that you can take advantage of the Powerpack's awesome features.
Yesterday, Apple launched its Mac App Store, and you can download the core version of Alfred for free from the App Store.
After Apple's success with the iOS App Store, a Mac App Store was inevitable. Is Alfred (and its Powerpack) suitable for the App Store? These are my very initial thoughts about the App Store
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.
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.
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.