Wednesday, April 30, 2014

How to Send iOS Notifications from iPhone to Mac

Jailbreak users who are Apple fans can send iOS notifications to Mac machine. Install the tweak called pushNotify and send notifications from the iPhone or iPad. It is simple if you are jailbroken and like Cydia apps.

The tweak is helpful to workers who don’t like to interrupt their workflow. You just see and work on your Mac with OS X Mavericks or above version and get notifications from the iDevice without having to hold the iPhone or iPad in your hands.

The application is a must-have as you are able to keep the smartphone or tablet in your bag or pocket and not play with it losing time for checking and rechecking if you have any message. pushNotify will let you know everything about the iDevice.

How exactly does this app work? It forwards all your iPhone or iPad notifications to your Mac. You just have to link [pair] your gadgets, and the application will send all your iOS notifications to your computer. It supports all apps.

pushNotify needs you to use the same Wi-Fi network on the smartphone, tablet and Mac for successful result. The app can be configured allowing you selection different modes. The app is free for Mac and costs $0.99 for iDevice [you can download it from Cydia using this link].


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