PushBullet, allows users to share information between devices and files such as pictures, music, links, etc. It also allows sharing information and messages with other users and follow several channels that send information through the application.
Pushbullet has pushed an update to its Android app to allow remotely transfer apps from one machine to another. If you mistakenly forgot a file on your computer then you can manually request a file transfer from your pc. Vice Versa, You can also access your phone’s files from your computer or tablet. Remote Files makes everything just a tap or click away.
Remote Files is disabled by default but can be enabled easily. On Android, slide out the app drawer and tap Settings and enable Remote Files access. On Windows desktop, open Settings and check the box next to Remote Files access.
There’s some limit on the number of files you can transfer per month on free accounts. If you’re a pro user then there’s no limit.