Pushbullet’s gone pro…

…and people have lost their minds. Pushbullet ended up replacing one of my OneNote functions – saving links for future use. Nowadays, I use Pushbullet to share important info with the SO (since we are merging our lives), or to push links to my tablet for later consumption.

While I don’t think it’s cool of them to suddenly start charging for features that were once free, they do need to make money. Maybe a cheaper, tiered approach, or grandfathering in clients who had registered before a certain date or something.

TBH I never used universal copy and paste anyway. I always meant to turn it on, but never did. Either way, I’m still waiting for OneClip to reveal itself before jumping ship.

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