Pushbullet has received a big update today that now allows you to sync notifications between all of your Android devices and your computer at the same time. Previously you could sync your phone notifications with your computer, but now you can check and dismiss notifications on any device. That means you can see who's calling your phone when you're on your tablet, or dismiss a new text message from your computer automagically.

With the new update, you can now see who is calling or read a text no matter what device you're on, and you'll no longer see duplicate notifications across any of your phones or tablets.

After installing the latest Pushbullet update, just head to the settings to enable notification sync. It's still labeled as Beta until all the kinks get worked out, but it looks to be working great overall.

Are you using Pushbullet? Excited for the new features? Hit up the comments and let us know!

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technomom says:

Google should just buy up these guys, make them gazillionaires, and have it fix up notifications across all of Chrome and Android already.

Reaper69 says:

That's not a bad idea.

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I sort of get the feeling that's what the Pushbullet guys are banking on. It's a brilliant app, and still it's all free.

AlphaWlf6 says:

That's the best thing I heard all day

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benurd says:

Agreed!

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krisguy says:

I installed Pushbullet yesterday. Best thing that I have ever needed to keep up on my notifications besides my Pebble.

anubis2kx says:

This is an awesome idea and it makes me wonder why this feature isn't native.

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Smash41 says:

The best thing they added with this update was renaming the app in the 'Share To' menu to A New Push which means it's always at the top and I don't have to constantly scroll down :-)

Brandorak says:

Awesome! That was a little annoying.

HubyD says:

Pushbullet is great :) One of my most-used apps

Gekko says:

i love Pushbullet. i use it in addition to MightyText and in combination with CNN, CNNMoney, etc. so that i can get these alerts/notifications on PC.

kalo88 says:

Love this app, only just got it and I'm wowed already!

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keith2k1 says:

I use this service like at especially at work and double especially with BBM.

I just installed and it is great. I don't have to keep unlocking my phone to see my text messages. Now all I need is to be able to respond to a text from my PC. I know there are some ways to kind of do that, but it would be great to have it integrated here.

Honestly how is this free?

AOSPrevails says:

How about go to their xda thread and donate?

http://goo.gl/ExdfR3

Smash41 says:

The best thing they added with this update was renaming the app in the 'Share To' menu to A New Push which means it's always at the top and I don't have to constantly scroll down :-)

Daedalus says:

Wow this has got to be the coolest app I have seen in a long time!!!!

gizak says:

Recently started using Pushbullet to push links/pics between my PC and Phone, but it just keeps expanding! Combine Pushbullet, SmartThings (Home Automation), Tasker (Android Automation), and IFTTT, and there are some very slick integration you can do!

Best app ever! I use it almost every single day.
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Qbancelli says:

This and Gravity Screen On/Off are the best apps ever!

L0n3N1nja says:

Useless app unless I'm trying to share files between my devices which drop box and probably any other cloud option would be better.

I get no notifications other than for messages I send myself from within pushbullet. I really don't need a way to instant message myself.

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bstryd says:

Mighty Text has been doing this for over a year. Hey, AndroidCentral, why don't you give them a shout out?

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Hammad Sami1 says:

Great feature. If I could reply to SMS or answer phone calls from my synced tablet it would be magicalistic

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