PushBots is a scalable, reliable push service for sending notifications out to application users, including those who use iOS or Android devices. It can be linked to an app's Twitter account to push Tweets as messages. Messages can be sent out to specific groups of users based on factors such as their location or their interests. The service also provides real-time analytics for tracking and evaluating messages and campaigns. PushBots' functions are made accessible for integration via REST API.
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The PushBots Android Sample Code by PushBots demonstrates how to setup notifications into mobile applications via API. In the reference site, developers can find regID, alias, tag, untag, and debug. Resources include video tutorials, configuration, and SDK integration.
The PushBots iOS Sample Code by PushBots demonstrates how to integrate the SDK into interfaces, including Swift and Objective-C projects that provide code required for implementation. Use this sample to study the interaction between the SDK, the API, and the push notifications features offered by PushBots.