When it comes to getting more done on your Mac, Alfred Remote puts many common tasks quite literally at your fingertips via your iPhone or iPad.
They break your focus, get in the way and sometimes baffle you. Why won’t these pop ups go away?
Use your MacBook or Apple keyboard to type on your iPhone or iPad, without wrestling with the touchscreen.
You use your Mac differently at home than you do at work. What if it knew the difference between these contexts, and set itself up accordingly?