Version: 1.3.2 || Release Date: 2012-12-06 || License: Freeware Developer: Running with Crayons Ltd | App Owner: thatcanadiangirl

Quick-launch application for your local computer and the web.

Alfred is a quicklaunch application for Mac OS X, which aims to save you time in searching your local computer and the web. Whether it's maps, Amazon, eBay, Wikipedia, you can feed your web addiction quicker than ever before.

The Powerpack extends Alfred, integrating deeply with OS X. It adds clipboard management, iTunes control, 1Password integration, global hotkeys, the ability to install extensions and much more!

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21 Opinions

i like it

I wasn't of huge fan a launcher apps. But this one I tried and now I can't live without it! I use the clipboard feature the most. Paying for the Powerpack was worth it.

Fantastic app. It's so much quicker to launch apps via the keyboard than by clicking in the Applications stack in the dock.

Alfred was the answer to my prayer when Alcor (Nicholas Jitkoff) kicked Quicksilver to the curb. Alfred's core features rock, add the Powerpack and it's the bomb! Thanks so much to the Alfred team :)!
Don Parr

Alfred might be my favorite app ever! I downloaded QuickSilver, but never really learned it. So confusing! I might have learned something like Launchbar if I paid for it, but it didn't seem worth it for me. The Alfred Powerpack, though, rocks! It was worth every penny.

This is the very BEST app launcher yet!

tSeptember 29, 2010
1:58 PM

Quicksilver never did it for me. It was a downgrade from Spotlight. This app makes me happy, though. Easier to customise, too.

Great replacement for Namely for me. I just hope that the developer is wary of feature bloat... and concentrates on the app launcher functionality.

I'm another former Quicksilver user. The new beta (0.6) is lightning fast even compared to the previous version (0.5). They keep making great improvements each release.

ppc beta now available via their twitter feed

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