How to get Mobile Notifications on your Laptop and PC?
As a smartphone and Laptop / PC user, you might have faced an issue that most of the people face every day. Sometimes you are using your Laptop or a PC and get a text message on your smartphone which is charging away from you. You might feel uncomfortable to leave your desk or place to get your phone. Sometimes you don’t want to move to access your smartphone to send messages or check notifications. In this article, I will explain that how can you manage your notifications right from your Laptop. These apps will help you to get mobile notifications on your Laptop or PC.
To get mobile notifications on your PC, you have to download an App on your smartphone. A PC version of the app is also needed to project your notifications straight to your PC or Laptop. Most popular apps to send notifications from your phone to PC/Laptop are AirDroid and Pushbullet.
One of the best apps for syncing/mirroring your notifications is via Pushbullet. It is an app that is available on both Android and iOS platforms for free. The app was completely free but after gaining popularity, they decided to build a pro version with some useful features for only paid users. Paid features include Universal Copy & Paste and some file size limitations. You can download Pushbullet for Android and iOS from the links below. You can also install Google Chrome extension of Pushbullet and a PC version. It is necessary to project your notifications from smartphone to Laptop. Download Links are below:
Android & iOS:
Pushbullet for Windows:
AirDroid for Android is a great Pushbullet alternative. It has more features than Pushbullet. You can also project your Android smartphone’s screen and use it. AirDroid allows you to all this via web and desktop software. You can find links to AirDroid web, MacOS and Windows version links from Official website.
There are some other apps you can also try:
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