I signed up for the free account. I'm confused: Is there really no way to send push notifications from a server? (using http/rest/whatever?)

Please help! Thanks, Peter

asked 21 Jan '14, 00:32
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closed 21 Jan '14, 11:05

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The question has been closed for the following reason "The question is answered, right answer was accepted" by fleurdeviande 21 Jan '14, 11:05


It is definitely possible to send push notifications using REST API (please look up our Remote API feature and Remote API Guide). Our free users can send unlimited messages via the web form, and integration with your server is available for Premium accounts and higher.

Please note that we do not monetize the volume of the messages you sent, as well as crucial features, such as Rich HTML Pushes, scheduling, message customization, etc. We monetize the Premium features, such as remote server integration, advanced targeting, location services, application groups and many, many more.

We can start a Premium trial for your account upon request, so that you can test Remote API Access and other useful features!

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answered 21 Jan '14, 04:59
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