Taking you phone out from your pocket every time you receive a notification can be pretty annoying. If you’re experiencing the same issue, take a look at Pushbullet, a very handy Android application that give users the ability to get their notifications on their computer.
Recently, the folks behind Pushbullet pushed out their first update for 2014, and introduced several new features and bug fixes, including improved notification mirroring, and more.
Additionally, Pushbullet also comes with browser support and thanks to the recent update, users can now dismiss notifications from their browser rather than taking out the phone to clear the notifications list. You can also disable mirroring right from your browser for specific applications from the pop up that appears in your browser as well, but in terms of accidental clicks, there’s a choice to re-enable mirroring for the affected application. Here’s what’s new in the latest Pushbullet for Android v13:
- Dismiss your phone’s notifications or disable mirroring right from Chrome! (Android 4.3+)
- Notification mirroring (desktop notifications) duplicate filtering improved
- View your sent pushes in the app (from the drawer)!
- Devices and contacts you can push to load a lot faster
- And fixed a bunch of little issues 🙂
Head over to the Google Play Store and download the updated Pushbullet application for Android.
Source: Android PoliceFiled Under: Android News