Pushbullet continues its unending march into the future, unfazed by the shifting standards of UI design. This app is already getting up to speed with a Material look in the latest version, but that's not all.
Here's what we've got in the new version of Pushbullet.
New navigation drawer with quick access to channels, settings, and more.
Notification mirroring toggle in navigation drawer
Filter pushes by device, contact, or channel
Filter pushes with search term
Send pushes from floating pop-over window
Material all the things
The developers tell us that this isn't just a façade of Material Design like some apps are doing—slap a tinted status bar on it and call it a day, right? The new Pushbullet includes proper implementations of the floating action button, animations, toggles, and icons. The new filtering options and revamped settings might be a bigger deal in the long run, but they're not quite as sexy.
You won't get the full effect unless you're on Android 5.0, but it's still a nice update for everyone else... you know, everyone not using an operating system that technically isn't even out yet. The Pushbullet guys work fast.