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A new app called Notifyr can send iOS notifications to your Mac

Notifyr is a new $3.99 iPhone application that can route iOS notifications over to a compatible Mac computer. The smart app appeared on the App Store not long ago, and it’s optimized for Bluetooth low energy iPhones and Macs. Once paired with a free companion Mac application, Notifyr indeed sends iOS notifications over to the Mac’s OS X Notification Center. This means you can have notifications for phone calls, SMS messages, and iOS apps conveniently appear in the right-hand corner of your Mac’s display.

We’ve come across a new service called Notifyr that, in short, makes your iOS Device notifications automatically simultaniously appear as notifications on your Mac. The service is a pair of applications:a $3.99 iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch application from the App Store and a free companion Mac app. Using native Bluetooth low-energy technology on supported Macs and iOS Devices, any iOS notification can appear on your Mac just like any other Mac Notification Center alert. We’ve tested this with several functions, such as phone calls, Facebook Messages, iMessages, and SMS messages, and it worked seamlessly. The phone app integration even shows missed call and voicemail alerts on your Mac. The setup process was a standard Bluetooth connection setup: a code shows up your Mac, and you type in that code on your iOS device to verify.

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