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  1. alfred-spotify-mini-player.com Find all information on dedicated website: alfred-spotify-mini-player.com Follow on Twitter @TheMiniPlayer to get all news Features Example PS: If you have a problem with the workflow, do not spend time reading the forum post, the workflow has been rewritten many times! Follow instructions from here http://alfred-spotify-mini-player.com/articles/support/ instead
  2. Spotifious a natural Spotify controller for Alfred So, you’ve heard of Spotifious, eh? A natural Spotify controller for Alfred? Searchs Spotify, controls your music, generally rocks? It’s built off a lot of other people’s work— PHPFunk and David Ferguson especially— and tries to match the functionality of Alfred’s integrated iTunes player. It’s not perfect, but it does the job. And I think it’s pretty cool. Features A quick rundown of its coolness: A controller, not a workflow Spotifious just feels fun to use, like a real plugin for Alfred, not a workflow. It can d
  3. Here's how it works: Open Spotify and start playing music Hit the hotkey to start Mutify workflow When it finds a track that's less than 35 seconds long (because that's likely an ad), it sets Spotify's volume to 0 (it is only muting Spotify and nothing else). When the ad is over, it resets Spotify's volume back to what it was NOTE: When you pause or quit Spotify, Mutify will also quit. Start Mutify again with your hotkey after playing Spotify again. You can download the Mutify workflow here: http://www.kevnk.com/public/alfred/Mutify.alfredworkflow Feel free to leave feedback here or ema
  4. Hey Gang Just wanted a quick workflow to easily bop the volume up and down for Spotify. Alfred workflows to the rescue. Dead simple and easy to adjust the increments if you like. DOWNLOAD
  5. Control iTunes and Spotify using the same global hotkeys with this Alfred workflow. Play magically knows which player you're currently using and sends the command to the right place. Download — stable version. The source code is available here: https://github.com/pstadler/alfred-play
  6. Hi! I often listen to some random playlists on Spotify and when I hear a good song, I want to know its name. Getting tired of having to Cmd+Tab to Spotify I decided to write this workflow which simply shows the song currently playing. You can also show it in large type or copy to clipboard. Type np to activate the workflow. Cmd + Enter copies to clipboard and Alt + Enter shows large type. Download
  7. Hi everyone, this is a workflow that adds keyboard controls to the Spotify remote I made, called Reign. If you're unfamiliar with Reign: it's the Spotify remote for friends, colleagues, housemates and yourself that works in any browser. It allows you to play, pause, skip and choose tracks on a Spotify client that runs on a remote Mac, through a web interface. It's available for free on the Mac App Store, visit the website to learn more about it. While the web interface is cool, it's even cooler to be able to skip it altogether and let your keyboard do the work, using Alfred. That's where t
  8. I know there is the workflow alleyoop going around which will download a release for any workflows that include an update.json file, it's a great idea. Automation for updating, making things easy. As I was getting back into making updates to the Spotify workflow I wanted to add this in, but I didn't care for lack of control. Meaning no way to read about the release, view the codebase or even choose a release version. I opted not to use it. Instead I wrote a little PHP library that will download tags from Github and display them back to the user. They can upgrade or downgrade a workflow
  9. Download https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/4265900/Alfred/Spotify%20Private%20Session.alfredworkflow If you're a selectively lazy introvert like me who doesn't want to broadcast to the entire internet, this workflow co-opts a normal Spotify launch with the keyword spot to enable a Private Session by default. After playing around with AppleScript some, it looks like the devs at Spotify are accessibility-hostile jerks who disallow direct access to its Private Session menu bar command. This workflow brute forces it via activating it manually through "dumb" keypresses, sacrificing
  10. There are several Spotify alfred workflows that use the Spotify API, but are painfully slow. This is a very simple workflow, but is very fast. The keyword "SP" followed by a search automatically plays the track. For this to work best, just type song and artist. i.e.: "sp paradise coldplay". The great thing is it searches Spotify using its online XML search and sorts by popularity. Which is why you can be unspecific on your searches and it'll still work. If you wanted to listen to the song "I Want Crazy" by Hunter Hayes, you could just search "sp crazy hayes" and it still plays the track wi
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