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 SDK by Pushbots facilitates configuration via Google Services. It aims to be useful to interact with the PushBots command line interface in experimental phase. Developers can show separate notifications and pass data via Android Custom Payload. As an SDK reference, they have access to redID, setAlias, tag, untag, debug, and setNotificationEnabled methods.
The Pushbots iOS SDK by Pushbots is available to be configured by a developer, interested in adding notification bots into applications via API. Steps include creating an appID with push notifications, generate push certifications for Pushbots, create provisioning profile, and update XCode project to update settings.