You can now reply to messages on WhatsApp, Hangouts, and a bunch more messaging apps right from the Pushbullet notification on your computer.
See replying in action here:
This past year marked a monumental step forward for the Apple ecosystem. Extensions brought inter-app conectivity to iOS. Yosemite brought the design of iOS to a new peak with beautiful blurs, a minimalist focus on content, and continuity. These are the tools we’re using to build something amazing at Pushbullet.
Pushbullet connects your devices in ways no one has imagined. Seeing your phone’s notifications on your computer and copying and pasting across devices make your devices feel like one. For some, however, this functionality has been missing. Today, we’re excited to share with you our biggest launch ever.
When Ryan started Pushbullet over a year ago, none of us could have imagined what it would turn into. We are really proud of what we have accomplished this year and extremely grateful to you for your support. We thought we would take this opportunity to share with you some of our highlights from this past year.
Our beta Windows app now has the Notifications tab, enabling you to see your recent undismissed notifications at any time.
We’ve been working hard to improve our Windows app, shown by our latest two updates. Not only is the app now looking great, today we’ve added the last big missing feature that our browser extensions have.
Our beta Windows app now has full SMS support!
A bit over a week ago, we released a big facelift to our Windows app. Not only is the app now looking great, today we’ve added it’s biggest missing feature.
It's pretty clear that seeing your Android notifications on PC is awesome. We aren't stopping there, however, because we've found a way to make it even better—you can now use the Android notification quick-actions right from your computer too!
Why is this so awesome? That's easy—When you get an email, you can now archive it right from the notification on your computer. No need to grab your phone, no need to actually go to Gmail, just archive the email right there. It's super-power level convenient.