We spend most of the times working on our PC’s or smart-computers the world has come to, may be for business, or personal utilities. While most people are still reluctant to considering smartphones for all their major and minor workflows, they tend to miss on important alerts, notifications and even calls while busy working on their systems. No more, says the developer of famous notification syncing app which is actively making waves across the web. That’s right. What goes by the name of PushBullet is an easy to install and configure application for your Android smartphone that syncs notifications to and fro your PC you are working at. We will be guiding you on how to start using this utility in this how-to tutorial. So, stay glued!
How To Sync Your Android Notification With Your PC
We at GizmoStorm got our hands on the Android version of this amazing application, and were surprised to see everything work just like it was advertised. Plus, apart from syncing notifications, you can also send or receive files via PushBullet to and fro your computer. Sounds fun right? So it is. Here’s how to get it working.
Step 2: Once installed, launch the app from your device’s springboard, and you will be asked to select a Google Account to log in. We had two here, so we chose to select one of them.
Step 3: Next, tap on OK when the app requests to get information from Google.
Step 4: Once done, the app will ask you to enable Notification Mirroring Service from the settings page. Simply check the option, and click next.
Step 4: Now is the time when you switch on your computer, and navigate to http://pushbullet.com or click here.
Step 5: Log in with the same Google account you logged in at the phone interface. There, you will find your mobile device on top of the list.
Step 6: You can choose to download the Windows client, or the Chrome/Firefox client to keep updated about the notification alerts on your phone.
The same notification alerts will be displayed right onto your PC’s screen. For instance, we checked it for missed calls, and the app worked like a charm.
We also tried to send instant messages and files. Everything worked smooth. You can either send text, links, attachments or sync notifications to and fro your PC and Android smartphone.
The app is definitely a +1 from our side. You can get it for free from the Google Play Store. Facing any problem? Do let us know through the comment section provided below. Keep subscribed for latest apps at Gizmostorm. For more Android Tutorials, head over to How-tos section right away.