PushBullet app is available for Android and iOS. However, thanks to the developer Michael Muth, also 10 BlackBerry users can benefitfrom this service in a form of a Native BlackBerry 10 app.
After being introduced to the service itself (which I did not cover here but rather only the application by Michael Muth), I experience thenative app version which is currently in Beta and is named Blackbullet.
Little about PushBullet, although this particular site reminds us of Blend, there are twists and other uses during of which I enjoyed experimenting withBlackBullet more. This is a service that you can connect to through your Google account from any computer with a browser extension and you can send your associated device notes, links or files, and of course the other way around. If you own a Pebble smartwatch, you can connect it to the app and it will also send alerts to your watch.
Say for example you’re looking at a particular site and you do not finish reading it. You can simply push the site url to your device associated with the service and continue browsing when you’re in a different place. It doesn’t get any simple than that.
BlackBullet is extremly easy to use. Once you launch the app for the first time, you get the main screen where you need to enter your Google account in order to log into the service.
If you really want to upgrade your experience with the app, you can use Ifttt.com and define real-time alerts to be sent to PushBullet so you can get important information to you from a variety of sites and services, such as soccer updates and scores of your favorite team, or receive an RSS feed from certain blogs(such as BerryIL or BBlogs.info), as well as stock updates at the end of a trading day.
Once you have logged in you can start sending reminders to yourself and all that you wish. The key of the application is that you will be able to sync between 2 apps and enjoy even more services. The app still in beta as we mentioned, the developer does every effort to update and improve the app quite frequently during this stage.
Currently the app lacks headless notifications but Michael sticks to a well defined work plan and says he will add this feature at a later stage.
The app itself is free, and you can thank the developer by upgrading to PRO version which allows you to send files from your device. all for $ 1.99.
Now that you’ve seen the app in action, you can download it free from Blackberry World
The review was written and photographed by Roy Shpitalnik from BerryIL
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