PushBullet: Push Anything You Want to Your Android Device
Article by George Norman
On 15 Jan 2013
With the free PushBullet app you can push notes, lists, and any address you want to your Android-powered device. The pushed content will show up in the notification bar.

Thanks to Push Bullet you can send anything you want from the web to your Android-device’s notification bar. You can push grocery lists, to-do lists, reminders, notes, and other type of content from the web to your mobile device. You can do it all with ease and for the great price of free.

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Here is a detailed guide to using Push Bullet:

Step 1 – Get the Push Bullet App
From Google’s Play Store you must get the Push Bullet app and install it on your Android-powered device. Support for Android 4.0 and up is provided. Installing the app is a simple, straightforward process; it will go along smoothly and rapidly.

Step 2 – Sign in
The app will invite you to get started by signing in with your Google account. With a mere tap on your device’s screen you can sign in and get this step done.

Step 4 – Visit PushBullet.com
Go to the PushBullet website and sign in with your Google account. Click Allow when presented with the notification that PushBullet.com is asking for some information from your Google account.

Step 5 – Start Pushing
The PushBullet website displays info on your Android-powered device and presents a large, green “Push to this device button.” Click it and you will be able to push content to your device. You can push notes, addresses, and lists.

Say you’re planning on going grocery shopping – you can push the grocery list to your device. Or let’s say you’re planning on visiting a friend – you can push the address to your device. The way you decide to use PushBullet is up to you. What remains unchanged is that is incredibly easy to use PushBullet.




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