What’s nice about Pushwoosh is they have a free offering with basic push features to get you started and their service applies to multiple platforms in general as well as offering plugins and samples for PhoneGap applications targeting iOS, Android, and Windows Phone 7. I noticed there also appears to be a plugin available and supported with PhoneGap Build. With all the PhoneGap support it seemed like a great service to blog about in addition to my recent push notification posts.
I was very impressed with the support I received while trying out this service. They were quick to respond with meaningful information and went out of their way to add some additional code to aid in some specific testing I was doing to try out their geozones offering which I will be posting about specifically next.
It took us just minutes! to integrate Pushwoosh API with our mobile apps' backend CMS, and that's because of their easy to follow API guidelines and -ready to deploy- examples that made us focus entirely into our frontend instead and let Pushwoosh do the rest.
The best part? there is a guide for almost every mobile platform out there so it's a MUST-HAVE solution for agile teams and faster development.
As soon as I heard about Apple's new Safari push notifications on OS X Mavericks, I got excited to offer it to our readers at MacMagazine.com.br. However, looking into the details I became worried as it wasn't as simple as I previously imagined.
Then, I found out about Pushwoosh and by that time they had already published a quick tutorial for everyone to easily deploy Safari's notifications via their service. It worked like a charm for us and we even received a personalized support service while the Pushwoosh team updated their WordPress plugin.
I'm very satisfied with the service! Congrats, guys! ;-)