PushBullet is a very handy Android application that give users the ability to get notifications on their computer, so they don’t have to take their smartphone out from their pocket every time.
It seems the developers behind PushBullet are working hard to make sure the application provides users with the best possible experience. Recently, the application received an update, bumping it to version 13.2.2, and introduced several bug fixes and enhancements.
In case you can’t recall, the application also received an update earlier this month, that came with several new features on board, including improved mirroring support, browser support, and more.
Along with the usual bug fixes, the latest update now completely sync all your phone’s notifications with Chrome notifications center on your system, so that it becomes easy to see who is sending you messages, or any other notification right inside your browser. Here’s the complete change log for the updated PushBullet for Android
- Now fully syncs your phone’s notifications with Chrome’s notification center on your computer!
- Further improved battery efficiency
- And some bugfixes
If you happen to be a regular user of PushBullet for Android, it’s time to head over to the Google Play Store and update the application. Alternatively, new users can download the application as well.