I have found an interesting app named Klone. Basically it mirrors the notifications from Android to iOS, but it is no more supported and the iOS app instantly crashes.

I know that there is a bunch of services allowing the transfer from Android or iOS to Windows or Mac, but I was unsuccessful in finding a working alternative to Klone.

Is there any alternative way to achieve this feature?

  • Apple doesn't want you to be able to do that. They just have to do it for Windows, but Android? No. No. No. Tim Cook would give in to the Call of Ctulhu before he would allow Android notifications to be mirrored to iOS. – Tamoghna Chowdhury May 18 '16 at 16:19
  • Having said that, I suppose Klone could do it at one time, but this now requires a jailbroken iDevice? You could use an automation app to forward the notifications from your Android to a server which would forward it via Apple Push to the iDevice, which is basically what Klone does, but I guess it'll be too much effort. – Tamoghna Chowdhury May 18 '16 at 16:26
  • I found an app called Prowl, it has a nice API and it can send notifications from emails – TimurEke May 18 '16 at 16:50
  • This is exactly why app-recommendation questions are off-topic here - refer this, since there are multiple equivalent and often subjective answers. Maybe you would like to add your discovery as an answer (you can answer your own question)? – Tamoghna Chowdhury May 18 '16 at 16:52

Okay, I found an answer by myself. First we need to download Pushbullet on the App Store. After all authorization and stuff, we go to our android device and buy Tasker. Then we download Notification Listener and Push Tasker. We create a profile by choosing plugin-notification listener-posted and select the applications. Then we make a task where we choose plugin-push tasker and choose the desired notification. Now we just have to keep Notification Listener running.

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