Pushover

Pushover


Pushover is a simple push notification service that integrates easily into web apps like IFTTT, network monitors like Nagios, shell scripts, servers, and anything else that needs to send alerts to your Android, iPhone, iPad, and Desktop. App includes a free 5-day trial and unlimited usage beyond the 5-day trial requires a one-time $4.99 in-app purchase.

Now includes home-screen and lock-screen widgets for Android 4.0+, support for sending notifications to Pebble watches, a DashClock extension, and a Tasker event plugin!

Visit https://pushover.net/ to find apps, plugins, and services that support Pushover, or get a free API key to create your own app. Also find out about our iOS and Desktop clients to get notifications on all of your devices.

Recent changes:
2.2.11 / 2.2.10:
- Android 5.0 support
- Improve display of per-application icons on Android Wear devices

2.2.9:
- Support deleting multiple messages at once by long-pressing on a message in the list to enter selection mode
- Improve swipe-to-delete functionality, but also add an option to disable it
- Improve message list timestamp display
- Fix showing of previously selected default alert tone in list
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Free
91
4.6
User ratings
1628
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
1
File size
3568 kb
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About Pushover
Pushover is a simple push notification service that integrates easily into web apps like IFTTT, network monitors like Nagios, shell scripts, servers, and anything else that needs to send alerts to your Android, iPhone, iPad, and Desktop. App includes a free 5-day trial and unlimited usage beyond the 5-day trial requires a one-time $4.99 in-app purchase.

Now includes home-screen and lock-screen widgets for Android 4.0+, support for sending notifications to Pebble watches, a DashClock extension, and a Tasker event plugin!

Visit https://pushover.net/ to find apps, plugins, and services that support Pushover, or get a free API key to create your own app. Also find out about our iOS and Desktop clients to get notifications on all of your devices.

Recent changes:
2.2.11 / 2.2.10:
- Android 5.0 support
- Improve display of per-application icons on Android Wear devices

2.2.9:
- Support deleting multiple messages at once by long-pressing on a message in the list to enter selection mode
- Improve swipe-to-delete functionality, but also add an option to disable it
- Improve message list timestamp display
- Fix showing of previously selected default alert tone in list

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Dec 9, 2014
Great to use Pretty easy to implement with existing monitoring systems, just a curl script. As someone who sees a lot of notifications from one application, an unread marker on new messages would be amazing(colour/bold text/unread notification section). The custom app icons was a nice touch though.
A Google User
Nov 30, 2014
Continued lack of bug fixes and customization Good app, API and concept, but it has some obvious bugs that have persisted for months without being fixed, which I have reported. Also lacks customization for basic things such as font size and dark theme. UPDATE 19/11/14 - the "obvious bugs" are non grouped notifications, so end up with multiple "P" on notification bar, and multiple notifications to swipe away, secondly, when they are grouped, it's random which shows on top - could be first, last, or any other. I submitted feedback about these months ago.
A Google User
Nov 19, 2014
Continued lack of bug fixes and customization Good app and concept, but it has some obvious bugs that have persisted for months without being fixed, which I have reported. Also lacks customization for basic things such as font size and dark theme. UPDATE 19/11/14 - the "obvious bugs" are non grouped notifications, so end up with multiple P on notification bar, and multiple notifications to swipe away, secondly, when they are grouped, it's random which shows - could be first, last, or any other. I submitted feedback about these months ago.
A Google User
Nov 19, 2014
More notification tones needed. Please allow client option to select different system tone for each application or allow api call to specify system installed tone or fall back to default if not available. Update: Thanks for the response. I'll try to be more clear. I would like to use my own tones for different applications not just the client installed tones. Right now I can select my own installed tone for default and high-priority but not in the api or for specific applications. For example I can set my own icon for application. I would also like to select my own tone.
A Google User
Nov 18, 2014
Great. Android 5.0 support is OK, but needs a material design update