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Privacy/work mode can be set to automatically be enabled based on the current WiFi access point or if the device is using the mobile network (profiles). Privacy/work mode will neutralize the notification title and body to protect sensitive information. Profiles can also be set to not send notifications at all. See More
The developer states that "notifications are encrypted using AES256 with GCM authentication. The password you specify is not stored on any servers and are only saved locally on your Android devices and Google Chrome browser. A key is derived from your password using PBKDF2 key derivation." See More
In addition to SMS management and notification mirroring, it includes the ability to transfer files, URLs and clipboard, view through the camera lens of the Android device on another device, and completely control all functionality of a rooted Android device on a different device. See More
Pushbullet uses Chrome notifications to act as a running list of past notification that have not yet been dismissed. This is especially useful if you receive a lot of notifications or you are not at your computer when they are received. See More
Pushbullet is designed to use its Chrome extension although a Windows application can be used as well. The Chrome extension provides the best experience because any computer with a signed in Chrome browser will provide your Android notifications. See More
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