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  1. Use "sc" to enable and disable sidecar. KNOWN ISSUES: only supports English systems at this moment. And you have to turn on "show mirroring options in the menu bar" Download Link https://github.com/mikelxc/sidecar-alfredworkflow/releases/download/sc/Sidecar.alfredworkflow
  2. Update the remote application for iPad to incorporate iOS 11 features, mainly, split-screen support with "slide-over". Currently using Remote on my iPad Pro is awkward having to switch back and forth and the UI is giant. For now I keep Remote open on my phone next to my iPad but that means another piece of hardware I have to position. My use-case for this is I use AstroPad and Pencil on my iPad for my design apps on my macbook and being able to have Alfred in a quick slide-over window to switch apps, run scripts, etc would be the cat's meow! Anyone else find a need fo
  3. I just installed Alfred 3 and purchased the Remote app for iOS. I have my iPad and iPhone on the same Wi-Fi network as my iMac. When I clicked on the Remote button in Alfred it let me click Add iOS Remote, and loaded a bunch of buttons on the OS X app. But the iOS app just sits and looks and looks for the OS X side, and never connects. I've tried on both the iPad and the iPhone, and neither will connect. Both are on iOS 9.3.2. The iMac is running OS X 10.11.6 Beta - might that be a problem? Thank you, Cyn
  4. A simple workflow to sync your iDevices in iTunes. Use the keyword 'isync', and choose the device you would like to synchronize. Download iSync 1.1
  5. NOTE: For complete and up-to-date information on how to install, use and customize myPhoneDesktop for Alfred 2 Workflow click this link: myPhoneDesktop for Alfred Workflow (Send to iPhone) myPhoneDesktop provides an easy and effective way to work with your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch directly from your desktop. It works like magic and it is wireless! Whether you need to make a phone call, send a long SMS, copy a large amount of text, send a long and complicated to retype URL, open route in mobile Google Map, or store an image on your iPad or iPhone, myPhoneDesktop greatly streamlines yo
  6. A little and simple sync workflow... i am tired to sync my devices manually and i dont want to wait until they are connected to charger. so with this i can sync them when i want to, for example when imported new music... nothing complex but i needed it in my daily use. itunes has to run an devices have to be connected(also wireless)... there is no routine for checking if they are available or something, when i have time i will add it... feel free to change it and repost it :-) hf buzr direct dl: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/10113520/Sync%20your%20iDevices.alfredworkflow
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