Android Push Notifications

You don't need an Android app to send push notifications to your Android users. With PushBlog, you can now use your mobile website to send push notifications directly to people on their Android devices.

Push Notifications for Android devices

What are the advantages of using website push notifications over app notifications for Android?

For small and medium-sized businesses, mobile websites reach more people than apps do. Therefore, website push notifications have a greater reach than app notifications, especially if you fall into the SMB category.

Also, building a quality Android app is an expensive proposition. Many websites fail to get enough Return on Investment (ROI) out of building an app. Thus, if you're looking to build an app just to send notifications, website push notifications might be a more cost-effective option.

How it works?

1. Install Smart Code

As soon as you create your free PushBlog account, a Smart Code is generated for you. You need to place this Smart Code before the closing </head> tag on your website pages.

Install Smart Code

2. Trigger Opt-in

When a visitor arrives on your website using an Android device, PushBlog will trigger the opt-in box for push notifications. As soon as the visitor clicks on "Allow", he/she will be added to your subscriber list.

Trigger Opt-in

3. Send your First Notification

You are now ready to send your first notification. Just log in to your PushBlog dashboard, compose a title and message for the push notification and you're good to go!

Send your First Notification

4. Almost There! 

Your visitors will now see your notification in real-time. It will appear in the Android notification tray, but a click will take users to your website, instead of your app. On the PushBlog dashboard, you can see your notification deliveries, clicks on your notification and other metrics.

Almost There!

Start sending Website Push Notifications for Android in less than 5 minutes.

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