Latest Pushbullet update allows you to see and manage notifications on all your devices


Pushbullet has just received yet another amazing upgrade that many of you will want to get your paws on ASAP. The update allows you to sync mirrored notifications with not only your Chrome-equipped PC, but also other Android devices that have Pushbullet installed.

You might wonder why someone would need this when they could just install the same apps on their tablet, but this is really useful for those who have tablets and want to be able to see notifications that are coming in on their phones that they may not otherwise be able to get on their tablet (for instance, a missed call or text message).

And, well, some people simply don’t always have the same apps installed on both their phone and tablet. If nothing else, think of it as the ultimate convenience feature that you don’t have to use if you don’t want or need it.


I should note that Pushbullet considers this functionality as beta status. Also, you’ll need to have the new setting enabled on each device you want notifications mirrored to. That aside, we imagine nothing will be too much of an issue for you to get your paws on this extremely useful feature. Pushbullet is sitting on the Google Play Store so grab it for all the devices in your arsenal. After that, don’t forget to check out our list of cool things to do with Pushbullet.

[via Pushbullet]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. I have to say, I’m pretty impressed with this app. I just installed it last night and I’m loving it!

    Also, I emailed their tech support because I didn’t like how I couldn’t push to specific computers (it just globally sends to chrome, not specific computers). They were super nice, and responsive. (also, they said it’s this way because of a technical problem, so I pointed them to the code that can fix it for them :D )

    I’m going to recommend PushBullet to all my friends! :-)

  2. Pushbullet is so cool.

  3. The app is pretty impressive. I don’t get a dismiss notification button on chrome on my pc on notifications though. Does it require something that jelly bean 4.1.2 doesn’t have?

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