Just once we idea the do-it-all application app Pushbullet couldn’t get any higher, the app is getting slightly additional lend a hand way to enhancements in Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Announced lately at the Pushbullet blog, the staff introduced that their app has formally been updated for Marshmallow and can now ask for permission while having access to tool purposes (aka runtime permissions). Whether Pushbullet needs to get right of entry to your SMS, Contacts, Phone, and Storage, you presently have to offer the app permission prior to doing so.
And with regards to sharing — the app’s bread and butter — that’s been considerably progressed as smartly way to Marshmallow’s Direct Share function. Okay, perhaps now not appreciably, however it does get rid of a step within the percentage procedure which is helping streamline issues just a little. With Direct Share, Pushbullet can now display your so much up to date units proper there from the percentage menu — little need for digging during the app record to seek out the app.
We realize those updates would possibly sound small on paper, however they’re large additions for those who you’re probably the most common Pushbullet customers. The update is to be had at this time on Google Play for the few with Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating on their units.
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