Pushbullet - Your devices working better together. One of my goals since I began using technology to increase my productivity has been to be able to access every bit of information anywhere I am that I have available sitting at a desk in my office. This has led me to experiment and discover amazing mobile tech tools, culminating in my smartphone, smartwatch, bluetooth headset combination that I use now. I expect that the development of these tools will continue. Using a 2 in 1 tablet as the brain behind my lawyering wherever I am has made access to the same data and information possible. Whether I am plugged in at home, at the office, or sitting in a remote location, as long as I have an Internet connection (I bring my own with my MiFi device from Verizon) I have the ability to practice law and produce content anywhere. The introduction of Google Chrome, and its ability to sync my browser information and links over my mobile Android devices has been a godsend. I can seamlessly move from tablet to smartphone to Android tablet, and be looking at the same webpages everywhere. All of this is a long way towards introducing PushBullet, an ingenious add on for Chrome that syncs all the other information between all devices. Notes, messages, texts, webpages, files, links, you name it, all are shared among all your devices immediately. Need to send a file from one device to another? No need to email it to yourself anymore. This is going to be one of the apps I highlight at ABA TechShow this year during my presentation with Jeff Taylor, the Android lawyer. Because it isn't yet available for iPhone. Sync on.