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Pushbullet Updated with SMS Send Ability
Pushbullet is one of those applications that every Android lover should have installed on his or her device. This smart tool allows multiple actions like sending files through the Internet and the sending and receiving of notes, links, or lists. In the last few months, Pushbullet has grown to become one of the most highly rated applications for Android and iOS.
The application and browser extensions are constantly updated, but XDA Forum Member guzba and his team added quite a useful feature that many of you folks will undoubtedly love. Since the last update, Pushbullet can now be used to reply to text messages sent by various SMS apps! Texting with your friends has never been so easy. Once the popup appears, you can click on it and write a message that will be send from your phone. That’s a small update, but can be considered as one of the most important one in the short Pushbullet history.
Pushbullet doesn’t require any special permissions. It works with Chrome, Firefox, and Safari, so nearly every major Internet browser. Pushbullet also has a native Windows client, which adds some neat features to the app.
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