Pushbullet is a cross-platform data sharing service for Android, iOS, Windows, Mac, and Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera, etc. It acts as a bridge between your mobile and desktop. You can use it to send, share links, map locations, pictures, videos, music files, PDFs, APKs, and so on. Not only could you push data from your desktop to the phone, but also in the reverse direction: from your phone to your computer, from one device to many others, even from your device to a friend’s.
Pushbullet allows users to send and receive Text Messages on their computers; reply to messages from many popular apps including WhatsApp, Kik, and Facebook Messenger; see all of phone’s notifications on computer, including phone calls. When you dismiss a notification on your computer and it goes away on your phone too.
Best of all, it is totally free to download and use. Pushbullet is free with no advertisements. You don’t even need to sign up a new account with your email address or phone number. You can simply log in using your Google account or Facebook account. By doing so you don’t need to worry about the data leakage.
Download & Availability
You can download the app or its browser plugins from its website here.
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