The PushBullet API allows developers to engage customers through the PushBullet Android application. This service makes it easy to write software that can push to devices through PushBullet. What you would push and why is up to you; PushButton provides the tool. This API utilizes RESTful calls and JSON responses.
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PushBullet can connect all devices to share files and receive notifications. It works officially with iOS and Android, and independently for Ubuntu, Blackberry, and Windows Phone. The PushBullet PHP library by Ivaylo Stoyanov allows to manage contacts, create/delete channels, and manage channel subscriptions. Available links to the official API, blogs, and apps.
With PushBullet, users can stay connected in multiple devices at once. This allows to receive calls and notifications as well as send files and links. The PHP SDK for PushBullet contains instructions for usage and installation. PushBullet officially works with Mac and Windows and it can be accessed through Facebook or Gmail. Independently, PushBullet also works with Ubuntu, Blackberry, and Windows Phone.
This is a Python library made to interface with the PushBullet API. The PushBullet web API enables developers to build applications on the PushBullet infrastructure. Using PushBullet, applications and websites may send push notifications or chat with each other in real time. In order to implement this library, developers require: Python (2 or 3), a websocket-client, API requests, "python-magic," and a PushBullet API key.