Pushbullet shows all of your phone's notifications right on your PC
0. phoneArena 06 Jun 2014, 09:23 posted on
Pushbullet is a simple app with a wonderful premise. Essentially, it's about sharing content across your desktop and Android/iOS mobile devices in the easiest way possible. Once you install the app, open Pushbullet.com on your computer and log-in to both with your Google or Apple account...
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2. steelew (Posts: 144; Member since: 04 Jun 2012)
You can open things you send to your pc and links to websites (there is a chrome extension as well) but you cannot reply to text messages.
3. wilsong17 (unregistered)
Actually there is one app that will alow you to do that. I forgot something to do with you being connected with WiFi tethering
4. xperian (Posts: 196; Member since: 10 Apr 2014)
Can you see when someone is calling with this app?
5. RebelwithoutaClue (Posts: 2000; Member since: 05 Apr 2013)
Yes, all notifications are mirrored to your PC. You can uncheck any apps you want to disable the notifications for. But you do see who is calling as well as the picture (if you have any)
6. Sauce (unregistered)
It's good that this is available for Androiders and WP.
It's great to receive all my notifications on my Macbook.
iOS8 is gonna make it even better with the ability to answer actual phone calls and SMS texts (non-iMessage) on my Macbook.
Looking forward for this when I get a OnePlus
8. RebelwithoutaClue (Posts: 2000; Member since: 05 Apr 2013)
Small question for you. When you answer the phone on your mac, does the call go through your iPhone or Mac? (not trolling, just a genuine question)
9. Sauce (unregistered)
Handoff (the feature) allows Mac devices near an iPhone to place and receive calls. The iPhone is a relay to the Mac. We then can answer a call or text from non-iPhone users (landlines, Android phones etc) from our Mac which is useful if our phone is charging or is across the room etc etc etc.
This also works with a bunch of apps like.." Mail, Safari, Pages, Numbers, Keynote, Maps, Messages, Reminders, Calendar, and Contacts. There's also a Handoff API for developers, which will likely see Handoff capabilities added to a range of different (third party) apps"