There’s no iMessage app on Android, so unlike the folks who own both an iPhone and a Mac, we have to rely on third-party solutions to send and receive SMS messages from our computers. But on the bright side, this means we don’t have to buy an exorbitantly expensive desktop or laptop to respond to texts when our phones are out of reach, because Android is all about cross-platform compatibility instead of chaining you to an ecosystem.

Previously, Pushbullet was the best app for getting this functionality on Windows, Mac, or Linux—but they recently started charging some pretty high prices, which… more


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