People who use Pushbullet frequently will be aware that the app does allow users to read and reply to individual text messages when their Android device is paired to their PC. Even though the previous major update for this app was only released recently the team has released another update which now brings a full SMS experience to the PC. It’s going to significantly improve how users engage conversations over text messages using their computers.

Pushbullet will now provide a full messaging experience that’s synced with the connected device instead of letting users see and reply to individual test messages.

This means users can easily text from their PCs while they’re working away to avoid having to pick up the phone and type one out on it. Since everything will remain in sync you can easily pick up the conversation you left off on the Android smartphone.

It’s possible to open multiple conversations on the PC, just click on the arrow to the right of a person’s name to open a chat window. On Windows this will open a chat-head which is “even better,” according to the team.

All text messages are sent through the phone so to recipients it will always seem like you’ve replied using your phone, and this also means that you will be charged applicable text messaging rates by your carrier.

The latest version of Pushbullet is now available and available for download through the Google Play Store.

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