Pushbullet update includes syncing notifications between desktop and mobile devices
Among the updates are the ability to fully sync your phone notifications with Chrome’s center and a few bug fixes
Pushbullet is an app which shows you all of your phone’s notifications right on your computer, with its help you never have to miss notifications again. It also lets you send push notifications to yourself and your friends. Pushbullet is the easiest and fastest way to send things to your device or to your friends like links, pictures, files, lists, notes and more right into your phone’s notification tray, to your computer or your friends.
Pushbullet is very useful because it’s the easiest way to get things from your computer to your phone or the other way around. For example, when sending a file with the app, it’s automatically downloaded and awaits you as a notification. Once you tap on the notifications, you can instantly open the files so you’ll never have to look for them in your email or Dropbox folders.
With the help of Pushbullet, you can also push links right into your phone’s notification tray just by tapping the notification. Also instead of having to look up an address on your phone after having found it on your computer, you can just push the address to your device and it will open in Google Maps right from the notification, which makes the navigation easy.
You can take charge of your notification tray by making it easy to put whatever you want and by creating smart notifications you get easy access, which makes the tray the best spot to send yourself reminders.
The updated version now fully syncs your phone’s notifications with Chrome’s center on your computer, it also offers improved battery efficiency as well as a few bug fixes.
Pushbullet was last updated to version 13.2.2 on January 24th, 2014. Its size is 1.6MB and it requires Android 4.0 and up. You can download the app for free at the Google Play Store HERE.