Pushbullet apps get extensive update, improved UI, messaging and file sharing

If Pushbullet wasn’t your go to app for seamlessly connecting your devices, you might reconsider now. The latest update is massive encompassing, the Pushbullet apps for Android and iOS, browser extensions, Windows desktop client and last, but not least, the Pushbullet website.

Regarding the mobile apps, messages have been reorganized based on their source. This means, you now have Friends, Following and Me categories in which you can see related messages. If you tap on a friend, you can see your full history with that contact. Also, replying to your contacts after you receive something is now a truly simple task.

Pushbullet for Android

Browser extensions for Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Safari now offer a history view and sharing links has been streamlined as well. Users can even chat with individual contacts, and the chat windows come with drag and drop support for file sharing.

Furthermore, the Windows desktop client features chat heads – collapsible chat windows which you can keep on top of other open windows. The latest update also brings drag and drop support for batch file sharing.

Besides the general UI overhaul which all Pushbullet apps received, the website now lets you drag and drop multiple files, and Android users are now able to send text messages on Pushbullet.com, with no need for the app or browser extension.

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