Users who depends on their smartphones as much as they depends on their laptop are likely to use the PushBullet app. PushBullet is a extension for Chrome and Firefox browsers. The app allows users to share information between devices and files such as media files, links, etc. Another feature of PushBullet is to display notifications from the phone into the desktop. Users can also copy and paste text between devices and reply SMS messages through their desktop.
The PushBullet developers has added a new feature in their latest update; Quick-Action buttons. The Quick-Action are a button that comes on the users Android notification on their smartphone. When users get an email from Gmail or to snooze alarms, they can access it right from their computers. Although the new feature isn’t limited to just Gmail and alarms, it might also work with any Android app that added buttons to its notification.
Users can do almost anything with the PushBullet app right from their desktop. Notification from the phone will pop up on the computer making it easier. Let us know what do you think about this latest update from the PushBullet developers.
Source: Android Authority