- by Cris, 3 years agoRated 3 out of 5The Pulse service merits a 5 star review. It's by far the best of its type I've tried (and I've used all the major competitors extensively). In fact it's the only truly reliable one out there in my experience. Highly recommended.
This add-on however doesn't work for me - it shows no content. I reported it and got a slightly dismissive response from the developer, basically a 'won't fix & won't investigate'. Not a hanging offense, as there's a substantial opportunity cost to support, which can be too much to bear for a small (one-man?) team.
If you have similar problems with this add-on, just keep the pulse web app open instead. It is an excellent service.
- by Firefox user 12316513, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5Top, marche parfaitement. je l'utilise depuis plus d'un ans et je n'ai jamais eu de soucis. De plus, le développeur est très réactif si on le contacte par mail.
- by Firefox user 13766641, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5I've been using this extension for a while to allow cross-device SMS functionality, and this was the sole reason I still had Chrome installed -- until now! Many Kudos to Luke and Klinker Apps for adding Firefox support!
- by cdiehl, 3 years agoRated 4 out of 5Die hard Pulse Messenger user for Android, just started using the web extension last week in Firefox.
Works and all, so far working pretty great via Firefox addon, however, PLEASE fix the scaling issues with the toolbar button view.
If you click the icon to open the small frame to reply or use the app in Firefox Quantum, the text is too large, and part of the new message/reply button is cut off the bottom of the page.
even trying to zoom, or set a custom style-sheet does not resolve the issue.
Please advise any potential work around, or if possible please implement a built in scaling/zoom option then this will be perfect!
- by Firefox user 13602975, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5Pulse gives me the ability to send SMS messages from my computer and to conveniently send to a list of people. I have had some problems sending pictures but think that is most likely a problem with the carrier and not Pulse.
- by cirrus, 3 years agoRated 2 out of 5Just installed the firefox extension ( quantam ) it does nothing except spin the loading wheel no matter what i click, it shows option to logout but im not logged in, cant get access to my account or settings, sad i really wanted this to work as the android app is great, esp for us giff gaff users ( pulse gives us delivery reports stock android messenger does not ).
- by Dayzed, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5This app needs to be re-named, re-classified, re-branded... I don't know.... but it is an unsung hero in my book. Very cheaply and seamlessly crosses my SMS chat over from my android phone to my Windows 10 PC. Also, notifications on both devices, send links easily, drag and drop files-pictures(man, I love that!). Plus, subscribe to news channels for information from some great sources like, "APK Mirror Updates", "Android Police APK Downloads", "Apple", "Steam Deals", "Humble Bundle", "Google, Facebook, Microsoft Acquisitions" and more.... this is a hidden gem... love it! Only downfall is there are a couple of small bugs, nothing that really affects operation, kind of cosmetic, that I would love to talk to the developer about. But, so far... no replies...
- by nzwrx, 4 years agoRated 5 out of 5I've been a fan of Pulse on Android for some time, but have only been using the Firefox extension for 9 months or so. Writing lots of text is easier using the computer keyboard and if you forget your phone, you can still receive and write texts via computer - great stuff!
- by Chris Miller, 4 years agoRated 3 out of 5Love the app and use it on many different platforms, but the Firefox extension does not show notifications. The option is in the add-on settings, but it doesn't stay checked when you check it. Not sure what is going on.