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PushApps enables you to test your notifications on specific devices. This is very useful once your application is already published, and you want an easy way to make sure your application will react the way you intended it to be once a notification arrives.

Testing is also useful when working on a version update which includes push notifications behavior.

  1. Add a tester

    1. Getting the device token from the Android SDK

    2. Getting the device token from the iOS SDK

    3. Getting the device token from the PhoneGap SDK

  2. Compose a notification
  3. View results

Add a tester

Go to My Apps tab and choose your application.

click on Add a tester:


Device Token is the push token you get from Google or Apple.

Getting the device token from the Android SDK

Please refer to our Android Reference

Getting the device token from the iOS SDK

Please refer to our iOS Reference

Getting the device token from the PhoneGap SDK

Please refer to our PhoneGap API

 

Name is a user friendly name to identify the tester, it has not functional meaning.

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Keep in mind, that the iOS gateway you have set to your application, will apply to your testers as well. 

Compose a notification

Select the relevant testers by clicking on their row in the testers table.

Compose you notification, it is similar to Sending notifications, but without the extra features such as scheduling and segmentation.

After viewing the validation form, click on Send it ! to send the notification. 

View results

To see if your notifications were sent, go to Statistics tab, and look for a test notification in the notifications table:

 

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