Alfred is a beloved launcher program for Mac OS X that allows users to quickly launch Google searches, launch applications, make quick calculations and more. Now, the developers behind Alfred have revealed in a blog post one of the new features for version 2.0. The feature is called Workflows and allows users to create advanced functions to make Alfred even more useful. Some examples are the ability to research a film before watching or uploading photos to Flickr. Alfred 2.0 goes into beta in January and prospective beta testers can take part by upgrading to a "Mega Supporter" account. Article Link: Alfred 2.0 to Add More Complex Functions Via 'Workflows'