HOW TO|SET UP AND USE PUSH BULET
The Mac and iOS versions of Pushbullet are free and on Apple’s App Stores for both Mac and iOS devices. On the app’s page, click the Get button to download and install the app. When both versions are installed, open Pushbullet on your Mac.
Log in to the OS X version of Pushbullet. You can do this using either a Facebook or a Google account (but you can’t sign up without one of these). Open Pushbullet on your iPhone, click Sign In, choose Facebook or Google, and sign in with the same account.
Set up iOS to Mac
Open Pushbullet for OS X and you will see the names of your Mac and iOS devices in the sidebar on the left (if not, sign out and back in). Choose Pushbullet > Preferences and ensure Show My Phone’s Notifications and iOS to Mac Notifications are both selected.
iOS to Mac Notifications
Open the Pushbullet app on your iPhone and, in Settings, turn iOS to Mac Notifications on. On the alert screen that pops up, tap Pair. You should now see all of your recent notifications from iOS appear as Pushbullet alerts on your Mac as they arrive.
On your Mac, open Notification Centre’s Notifications tab. The five most recent notifications from your iOS device appear under the Pushbullet Notifications area. If you don’t see them, check your sign in details and ensure your user account is an Admin one.
Pushbullet appears in the menu bar, but won’t sync in the background by default. Fix this by opening Pushbullet and clicking Settings > Preferences > Enable Pushbullet Notifications. Now, when the Pushbullet app is closed it will continue to sync up Notifications with iOS.
Now your devices are synced up, you can dismiss a Notification on your iOS device from your Mac. Click on Pushbullet in the menu bar and choose Notifications. Locate the unwanted notification and click the Dismiss icon beneath it. The notification will disappear both devices.
8 Push a message
Pushbullet can also send custom Notifications. Click its icon in the menu bar and choose Push. Click ‘To’ and select a device; fill out the Title and Note fields, then click Push to send the message as an alert. Attach web links and files to an alert using the Link and File tabs.