Mirroring notifications can be quite useful in some situations. Luckily, there is an easy way to do it. The Bridge app does just that, it can mirror notifications across a number of devices.
Bridge app can mirror notification across your devices
This is not exactly a functionality most people will need, but some of you might. For example, if you’re using multiple phones, or perhaps a mix of phones and tablets, and you want to be able to respond to notifications from any of those devices. Or simply see notifications. This is a really simple way to do it.
Imagine browsing on your tablet, and getting an SMS on your phone (in which you have your SIM card). You can’t really check out the same notification via an app on your tablet. Well, with this app, you can reply to that SMS, and your phone will send the reply.
In fact, every notification you reply to in such a manner, will be sent from the main device on which that notification initially arrived. There are a number of additional settings here as well.
You can, for example, choose the apps you want this app to work with. So, it doesn’t have to mirror all your notifications, just notifications from some apps. It can even remove a notification from the main device once you dismiss it on the secondary device.
It keeps a history of mirrored notifications, and groups them by app
The app also holds a history of your mirrored notifications, and groups them by apps. There is also the so-called ‘Private mode’, which can hide notification content on mirrored notifications. The data can also be encrypted between the two (or more) devices Bridge is installed on.
You can install this app on as many devices as you want to get it working. It’s simple, and yet quite effective if that’s the functionality that you need.
One thing to note is that Bridge reply does not work with Line messaging, in case you’re using it. Also, there is a free 7-day trial without limitations, while a lifetime license to use the app costs $3.99.
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