Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Pushbullet lets you browse files on any Android or Windows device anywhere.

Pushbullet got a big update today that brings remote file sharing to the popular app. Remote file sharing lets users grab files on any Android device or Windows devices or vice-versa. So it works both ways as long as both devices are online. According to a blog post, Pushbullet states that "Remote Files requires a native app to work. Right now it's supported in the latest versions of our Android and Windows desktop apps."

Remote Files is disabled by default on Android and Windows. Follow the steps below to enable Remote Files:
  • Slide out the app drawer.
  • Tap Settings.
  • Enable Remote File Access.
  • Open Pushbullet Settings.
  • Check Remote Files Access.
Remember, Pushbullet started their pro offering since the beginning of the month. The company announced that Remote Files will be available to both free and Pro Pushbullet users with the exception of a limit on the number of files per month.

If the updates notifications haven't appeared on your devices yet, you can download them on Pushbullet site.

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