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Transferring files using cables and physical media feels pretty old-hat these days – if your devices are all connected, why not be lazy and use the cloud instead? There are already a good number of cloud solutions, with cloud storage services like Dropbox and Google Drive serving all kinds of purposes. PushBullet is a similar service, except it’s designed just for your Android phone – so you don’t have to sift through the rest of your stuff to get things relevant to your mobile.
Whether it’s a file, shopping list, personal note, address or reminder you can push it directly to your phone from your browser, without any cables. All you need is a network connection to retrieve the data, and the ability to do this straight from the browser should fit in nicely with a web-based workflow.
You can sign up using a Google Account, for free, with a free app available from Google Play that works on devices running Android 4.0 and up. Though the app is designed to make use of the new notification system in Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The developer promises new functionality coming soon, which will surely help make this one of the easiest ways of getting notes and miscellaneous files to your phone.
- Push notes, files, reminders, addresses and more to your Android phone over the air.
- No need for wires, no need to connect your phone to your computer – just push and go.
- Free, register with a Google Account.
- Works on Android 4.0 or above.
Check out PushBullet @ PushBullet.com