Using only your Google account and a WiFi connection, PushBullet lets you wirelessly share links and files from your browser to your iOS device.
The system is simple: you install the app, sign in, and from the web or using a Chrome or Firefox extension, you can send notes, files, addresses, lists, or links.
Connecting computers and mobile
Like Bump, but without having to shake your phone, PushBullet is really useful for sharing things between iOS devices, or from your PC or Mac to your iPhone or iPad. From the official PushBullet website, or using the official Firefox or Google Chrome extensions, this app lets you send notes, addresses, lists, links, files and attachments of up to 10MB.
The only thing you need to be able to use PushBullet is a Google account, which you'll already have if you use Gmail. As you share things, they'll appear in your history, which you can filter by device.
Simple but effective
PushBullet is easy to operate, works well, and is useful. The service is completely free, and sending is almost immediate with even a minimally decent connection.
If you want to wirelessly share stuff between your computer and your iOS device, PushBullet will be a super handy app. One thing we'd like to see in the future, however, is the ability to share from mobile to computer, a feature not yet available.