Pushbullet brings messaging to app in latest update

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Earlier today, Pushbullet received an update that brought a new design and file sharing to its service.

Starting with the mobile apps, Pushbullet now sorts files and messages based on if they came from Friends, Me, or Following, rather than simply leaving them uncategorized. Users are able to see the files and messages that have been shared with a particular contact by tapping on that contact in order to bring up the necessary thread. Android device owners can send text messages without the need of a browser extension or desktop app.

Speaking of the desktop, one’s history and sharing links can be found on Pushbullet.com and in Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Opera extensions. Individual chat windows can be popped out, just as with typical messaging clients. Now, as many files can be dragged and dropped as needed (the previous limit was for a single file).

The update is available for all platforms. You can grab the app from the Play Store in the widget below.

Source: Android Central

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