If you own a Mac system you have probably already come across the great little utility called Alfred, designed specifically for Mac OS X. If you haven’t Alfred has been designed as a productivity application for Mac OS X, which aims to save you time in searching your local computer and the web.
This week its developers have rolled out a new update which brings with it a range of great new features. A new feature added to version 1.0, now include the ability to create Global Hotkeys, that will allow you to perform an action regardless of what application you might have open.
Alfred now also supports an iTunes mini player, extensions and custom commands, clipboard history and snippets and more. For a full list of all the new features included in the new Alfred 1.0 update, jump over to the official website.
Source:Filed Under: Apple, Technology News