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Search the Mac App Store and view search results with artwork previews right in Alfred. Open search results in App Store.app (default behavior) Quick Look search results' preview pages right in Alfred (press Shift, the Quick Look feature must be enabled in Alfred's preferences) Open search results' preview pages in your default browser (modifier key — Command) The workflow's preferences (keyword — masprefs) allow you to set the maximum search results limit and preferred store country, as well as clear the artwork cache. Additional keywords allow you to open the App Store app's Purchases (“masp”) and Updates (“masu”) tabs. Download
Introduction The Get App Icon purpose is to: extract app’s icon from installed in /Application folder apps; extract app’s icon from Alfred action extension download app’s icon from App Store and Mac App Store Download from Packal → link direct download → link Screenshots How it works? To invoke Get App Icon workflow: use the icon keyword which will list all available in /Application folder apps; at top of results there is option to switch to online (App Store / Mac App Store) search that will search for typed app name; use File Action Extract app icon on chosen app on your Mac. The workflow behaves as follow: when used with local application it converts app’s icon in .icns format into .png using the biggest icon size (which is usually 1024 × 1024 or 512 × 512 px) and save it into Desktop folder; when used with online application it downloads its icon in .png format (please read Tips also for further information). Tips As you know, iPhone as well as iPad app icons have rounded corners. But the downloaded files will be squares until you meet this requirement: you have to have installed PIL library for Python. If you don’t have it, but want to, it is quite easy to install. First of all, you need to install pip — package installer for Python. Run below command in Terminal (required administrator password): sudo easy_install pip Next, install Pillow library using pip: pip install --user Pillow That's it. If you want to check if everything was installed properly run in Terminal command: python You will get into Python editor. Type in there: import PIL If everything was made properly you shouldn’t get any message just get into new line. Now you’re done! From now on the downloaded through Get App Icon workflow icons from App Store will have rounded corners! Release info:1.5: initial public release
Hello Alfred Community ! I am an old french Alfred user, who discovered Alfred v1 on the Mac App Store's selection "Best of 2012" and today I have a question : Why don't put Alfred v2 on the Mac App Store too ? It's really amazing for a lot of features, which are goods for the Alfred's developers and for us, the users : - Big visibility for the app, good tool to be well-know by a lot of mac users (who are ready to pay the license) for the developers - A central for our licenses, so if we change our Mac, it's easy to reinstall Alfred and keep its license - Automatically the updates of Alfred v2, transparently - Integrated purchases with the credit card link to our apple ID, more simple for us to pay And even if you don't want to put the basic license at 17£ for lifetime, you can propose a new app in v3, so only people who paid the lifetime license can have a code to update to the new version. There are. I'm really close to pay for Alfred, but I want to know your position about the Mac App Store, and maybe I will wait for the introduction of the app to buy the lifetime license, for your AMAAAAAZZZZIIIING JOB ! Thanks you for reading me. Lucas, a french student who loves Alfred !