Send push notifications to iOS, Android, and Fire OS devices when you publish a new post. Straight from your WordPress site, in real-time.
Alert your visitors when new content is published, converting them to regular and loyal readers. It’s like a newsletter, but so much more effective. Keep your audience engaged.
Push Notifications for Posts allows you to focus on building beautiful and unique apps, without developing your own server-side back-end. Content for the apps is collected automatically from your WordPress site, so no extra work is needed to maintain them.
Push Notifications for Posts Natively supports:
Apple Push Notification service (APNs)
Google Cloud Messaging (GCM)
Amazon Device Messaging (ADM)
No charge for delivery.
You don’t have to pay any fees since Push Notifications for Posts does not use any third-party’s server.
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Notifications appear as message alerts, badge updates, and even sound alerts.
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Saving a post as a draft will not trigger push notifications.
Publishing a private post will not trigger push notifications.
Static pages will not trigger push notifications.
Scheduled posts will trigger push notifications at the time they’re scheduled to publish.
Who Is This Plugin For?
This plugin is primarily intended for mobile developers who do not want to develop their server-side back-end. Supporting push notifications is incredibly complicated. This plugin lets you focus on creating the apps, without the hassle.
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- Build your iOS, Android, and/or Fire OS apps.
- Install the plugin on your WordPress site.
- Enable push notifications on the plugin’s settings page (providing required certificates and keys, see below).
- Connect the apps to your WordPress site using the “register API” (see below).
Now, when users launch the apps, their devices will automatically register to your site. As soon as a new post is published, a push notification is sent to registered devices, with the title of the post.
To begin using this plugin, you first need an app that uses one of the supported push notification services: APNs (Apple Push Notification service), GCM (Google Cloud Messaging), or ADM (Amazon Device Messaging).
To send push notifications to iOS devices, you need the Apple Push Notification service SSL certificate in the .PEM format. For more information, see Provisioning and Development
in the Apple Local and Push Notification Programming Guide.
To send push notifications to Android devices, you need to obtain the Google API Key. For more information, see GCM Architectural Overview
To send push notifications to Fire OS devices, you need to obtain the Client ID and Client Secret. For more information, see Obtaining ADM Credentials