(146872 ratings)

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  • Downloads:
    1,000,000 - 5,000,000
  • Last update
    Nov 20, 2015

Pushbullet Reviews

  • Thomas Unterkircher

    Thomas Unterkircher

    Reviewed in A beautiful and improved Android experience

    What a fantastic app this has become. What started as a better chrome to phone variant, is doing so much more now. Push files, addresses, links, text to your other android devices, to chrome, to desktop. Push them in the other direction, mirror your Android notifications on chrome, etc. etc. All is this is free. It's magnificent and one of the most essential third party apps on Android right now.

  • V


    Reviewed in Form+Function

    The Pushbullet team just keeps pushing itself. As if letting us push stuff to Chrome (and vice versa) wasn't enough, they let us push stuff to friends. Then they one-upped themselves by bringing us desktop notifications. Damn overachievers! But really, how great is Pushbullet, huh? My previous review really didn't do it justice.

  • Koen Straathof

    Koen Straathof

    Reviewed in Essential Android apps

    Sharing files has never been so easy. Pushbullet also helps you stay up to date on the RSS feeds you love.

  • Ankur Garg

    Ankur Garg

    Reviewed in Apps you wont uninstall

    Wow.. I mean WOw. It Basically acts like a link between your phone and your web browser on your desktop computer. You can send links, files, texts etc between your two devices instantly. Just push a file from your pc to your phone, or maybe you found a link on your phone and want to enter the link on your pc. Just push it.. yeay..

  • Srinivasa Prabhu

    Srinivasa Prabhu

    Reviewed in Most productive Apps and Games

    When you come to know what pushbullet does. You would go mad and ask yourself "what a jerk am i not to know about this app before"

  • Eti Suruzon

    Eti Suruzon

    Reviewed in Etis favorite apps

    Transfer notes, links and files from different Android devices or from your desktop computer with the Chrome extension. If you're used to sending yourself stuff by email just to have them on your smartphone or tablet, you'll love it.