Pushbullet, the force that binds your devices together, has gotten a huge update today. Now, you can chat with friends (or send messages to yourself) when you push a file. It's also easier to send multiple files and the Windows app has even added Facebook-style chat heads.
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Pushbullet is one of our favourite apps for bridging the gap between your devices. Now, the company is going even further with a new app called Portal that can transfer files directly between your devices over Wi-Fi.
Mac/iOS/Safari: Pushbullet is easily one of the best apps for bridging your devices together. The one hole in its support, however, has been Apple devices. Today that's over. Pushbullet now has support for Macs, iDevices and even Safari.
Android: Pushbullet, the awesome app that syncs notifications between your phone and PC, got yet another update today. Now, you can send text messages through your Android phone from the Chrome extension, turning Pushbullet into a fully-featured text-from-your-PC solution.
Android: Pushbullet keeps getting better. Today, the company behind your favourite device-to-device messaging app added filters to your feed so you can find pushes from yourself, contacts or channels.
Android: Pushbullet is an excellent service if you need to move anything between devices. It has recently received an update that makes it even more useful. Now you can push a link, photo or text to all of your devices at once right from your phone.
Notification service Pushbullet recently updated with IFTTT support, following Tasker integration last month. That's a lot of our favourite words together in a single sentence. Naturally, it's a good time to take a look at some of the best uses for Pushbullet.