100,000 - 500,000 downloads
by Britt Amtower on 03/06/2014
Get Desktop Notifier instead. Way better
by Fidel Aquino on 15/04/2014
Works great, For OSX 10.9 use MacDroidNotifier-0.2.9.dmg and growl 1.2.2
by Panos Panagiotopoulos on 10/01/2014
Great app, compatible with older Android versions (Gingerbread), but the desktop aplication needs some updating to be compatible with newer notification systems such as Unity for Ubuntu.
by Kyaw Thura Maung on 11/12/2013
by Mihai Rainer on 14/11/2013
Xubuntu 13.04 and Samsung Grand Duos Android 4.2.2 It seems that the phone is sending data over TCP (tcpdump), but the application on the computer is not reacting nor pairing.
by Branimir Kolar on 06/11/2013
dead project? :(
by Tomi D on 25/10/2013
Not workng on w7 64 bit
by Timothy PAUL on 21/10/2013
Need to have a seting on the pc side that will let you see the notification on top of any running programs
by Lev Kitsis on 18/10/2013
Had all what I need! And Growl has history (logs) of old notifications on my PC that I may miss.
by Rokth Hyde on 13/10/2013
The app tends to crash without notice which means notifications aren't forwarded to the desktop. The app has also been out of development for more than 3 years now. Sadly the bug tacker seems to lack any response from the developer. If there was another app with the same features sans bug I would use that instead.
by Vishnu V on 26/09/2013
by Erik Wirawan Nugraha on 05/09/2013
by Lewis Kelly on 07/07/2013
I have a 64 bit system with 64 bit Java. The app still asks me.to have both even though I do. It says if I want to run the 64 bit... you're giving me no choice! What if I want to run the 32 bit?
by Christopher Johnson on 27/06/2013
Found another app that does same thing and works better. This app requires too many security risks. The other apo only needs network access...stop giving away private info look at what the app accesses to work
by Todd Andrews on 26/05/2013
The most common issue I've seen reported by others is the same issue I've been experiencing -- after a while it stops sending out notifications, even though it is still running as a service, until you re-open the app again. It's fun to play with but I'm not able to rely on it at all. :-(