Widely used and loved productivity application, Pushbullet has finally made its way to Mac OSX. You will need to be on Yosemite to be able to download the application from the Apple Store for Mac. In a blog post, explaining the move, Pushbullet announced the big move, crediting the introduction of extensions which have enabled them to make this big move finally by bringing the easy sharing service to the most advanced Operating System on computer.
The entire note from the Pushbullet team reads:
This past year marked a monumental step forward for the Apple ecosystem. Extensions brought inter-app conectivity to iOS. Yosemite brought the design of iOS to a new peak with beautiful blurs, a minimalist focus on content, and continuity. These are the tools we’re using to build something amazing at Pushbullet.
Pushbullet connects your devices in ways no one has imagined. Seeing your phone’s notifications on your computer and copying and pasting across devices make your devices feel like one. For some, however, this functionality has been missing. Today, we’re excited to share with you our biggest launch ever.
You can also check out the video of how the same works on a Mac here:
Simply open the application store on your Mac, if you are on Yosemite to install the application on your Mac and seamlessly share images, links and text across.