What is IBM Push Notifications?
IBM® Push Notifications service helps enable you to send and manage mobile and web push notifications, using an intuitive user interface, client SDKs and simple REST APIs to configure, monitor and send notifications.
IBM Push Notifications features
Create a notification service
Create the service instance that will manage and deliver the push notifications to mobile and web clients.
The IBM Push Notifications service extends your ability to monitor push performance by generating graphs from your user data. List all the sent push notifications or report on all registered devices and analyze the information on a regular basis.
Integrate with IBM Cloud Functions
Common use cases require push messages to be sent on events like transactions, delay in flight arrival, salary credit and more. Leverage the IBM Push Notifications action in IBM Cloud Functions to achieve this.
Receive webhook event alerts
With the IBM Push Notifications service, you can choose to receive alerts on information that has changed. Changes to the enterprise information create events for which you are notified by registering them as webhook events.
End-to-end message tracking
Do your push notification messages arrive and get opened? Now you can track the delivery of each message you send. Monitor receipt for both mobile and web platforms and get per-user or per-device results (only available with the Advanced plan).
iOS mobile application with push and analytics
It's easy to quickly create iOS Swift applications with high-value mobile services such as push notifications and mobile analytics on the IBM Cloud®. This tutorial walks you through the creation of a mobile starter application, adding mobile services, setting up client SDKs and importing the code to Xcode, then further enhancing the application.
Android native mobile application with push and analytics
It's easy to quickly create a native Android application with high-value mobile services like push notifications and mobile analytics on the IBM Cloud. This tutorial walks you through the creation of a mobile starter application, adding mobile services, setting up client SDKs and importing the code to Android Studio, then further enhancing the application.
Mobile application with a serverless back end
In this tutorial, you will learn how to use IBM Cloud Functions and cognitive and data services to build a serverless back end for a mobile application.
Take action based on solicited feedback
Once the customer provides feedback, the feedback is analyzed using IBM Watson® Tone Analyzer Service and a relevant message is delivered using the IBM Push Notifications service, offering a discount if the customer is disappointed, as assessed by the tone.
Send broadcast message to all users
A news channel app owner wants to send a broadcast alert to all users about an upcoming storm. The news channel app owner can quickly send notifications to all the users with the storm alert, using a simple graphical user interface with few clicks.
IBM Push Notifications benefits
Engage with users
With IBM Push Notifications, you get better engagement with targeted users and timely messages sent to specific segments of users only.
Segment your messages
Business users can send messages to all or a set of users with few clicks, using the service's graphical user interface. No developer involvement is required.
Your ecosystem on IBM Cloud
App developers can leverage the rich ecosystem of services on IBM Cloud to build innovative applications and extend their existing apps to make them more engaging.
Track notifications from server to device receipt
Analyze the number of messages sent and devices registered with reports every day, week or month. Get statistics on notifications sent, seen and opened, in addition to any invalid devices encountered.
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Start developing with IBM Cloud Push Notifications by creating a free IBM Cloud® account. Your account gives you access to the offering's Lite plan. Upgrade on your own terms.