The biggest update in Pushbullet has been received, which brings messaging to its file sharing platform. The Pushbullet team has checked up the design, and made a couple of improvements to the app on all platforms, adding some more functionality.
The mobile apps are now organized in a cleaner design.Instead of a long, unorganized list of messages and files, now they are divided by categories from where they came from, whether it be Friends, Me, or Following. Tapping on a contact will pull up a thread of the messages and files that have been shared back and forth.
Pushbullet on desktop, lets you see history and make sharing links in Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Opera. You can also pop out single chat windows, like standalone messaging client. The website Pushbullet .com has also received the same UI improvements, making it easier to navigate, and more responsive. You can drag and drop any files you want to send, instead of the single file limit, and Android users can send text messages without needing to use the browser extension or desktop app.