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This article was published on October 16, 2013


PushBullet adds push-to-Chrome feature to its Android app for quickly sending files and data

PushBullet adds push-to-Chrome feature to its Android app for quickly sending files and data
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PushBullet, an app for quickly transferring information on and off your Android device, has added support for pushing data and files to Chrome.

Users will need to update the PushBullet Chrome plugin to take advantage of the new feature. Once you’re all set up, you can send notes, links, lists, pictures and files back and forth between your desktop browser and Android devices. Coming up next, PushBullet plans to add the ability to send push notifications to other people.

Push-to-Chrome Is Live!

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