Alfred Mac App Launcher Version 1.0 Now Available, Lots of New Features
Posted on November 30, 2011 by eli courey
Alfred is a productivity app for Mac OS X, which helps save you time in launching apps and searching for files on your computer and the web. Version 1.0 of Alfred was just released and includes some great new features.
From what I’ve seen so far, it looks like Alfred is trying to offer many of the abilities the once very popular Quicksilver app offered. By the way, Quicksilver is still being supported, but many of the plug-ins no longer work with Lion.
Version 1.0 of Alfred isn’t available in the Mac App Store yet, but you can download it from alfredapp.com.
- Increase your productivity by launching apps with shortcuts
- Instant access to web searches, bookmarks & more
- Browse and play music from your iTunes library quickly
- Perform actions – copy, move & email files & folders
- Ward off RSI – skip using the mouse with easy shortcuts