Hello, I have developed an app that will soon be in the App Store.

My conundrum is as follows: The app I am developing will be used by folks who install their own "servers". This is for an open source home security system called ZoneMinder. I have developed an Event Server that is open source. People who install ZoneMinder will install my event server along with them (https://github.com/pliablepixels/zmeventserver).

My goal now is to put it some code in that event server that is capable of sending push notifications to my app. Note that the server is open source, so whatever I code is public.

Obviously, I can't start distributing my APNS certs as that would be a violation of terms with apple. So in this situation, does pushwoosh help? If I sign up with pushwoosh and lets say I pay the costs per month, can my users all use their own "event servers" that send pushes to my app they download?

asked 20 Oct '15, 20:28
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