Pushbullet continues its unending march into the future, unfazed by the shifting standards of UI design. This app is already getting up to speed with a Material look in the latest version, but that's not all.

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Here's what we've got in the new version of Pushbullet.

  • New navigation drawer with quick access to channels, settings, and more.
  • Notification mirroring toggle in navigation drawer
  • Filter pushes by device, contact, or channel
  • Filter pushes with search term
  • Reorganized settings
  • Send pushes from floating pop-over window
  • Material all the things

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The developers tell us that this isn't just a façade of Material Design like some apps are doing—slap a tinted status bar on it and call it a day, right? The new Pushbullet includes proper implementations of the floating action button, animations, toggles, and icons. The new filtering options and revamped settings might be a bigger deal in the long run, but they're not quite as sexy.

You won't get the full effect unless you're on Android 5.0, but it's still a nice update for everyone else... you know, everyone not using an operating system that technically isn't even out yet. The Pushbullet guys work fast.