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A New SDK For iOS and Android


Push Technologies has released its SDK for iOS and Android. The company specializes in multi-channel mobile marketing and customer messaging software.

The technology lets developers of mobile apps running on Apple and Android smartphone and tablet devices increase customer engagement.

Available for immediate download, the SDK for Android and iOS lets mobile developers connect apps through the firm's own REST API to the multi-channel platform.

The proposition here is that this will enable the delivery of automated, real-time notifications, alerts, reminders, and campaigns via push notification, SMS, Instant Messaging, and email directly to users' mobile devices exactly when and where their customers need to receive them.

The SDK features full iOS 8 support and Swift Support. Full support of the new Swift programming language introduced at Apple's 2014 Worldwide Developers Conference enables developers to add Swift code to existing apps without having to replace older Objective-C code or to build the entire app in Swift code from the outset.

Also here we find Block-based Events for improved events management with notifications via Objective-C blocks rather than delegate methods, giving developers cleaner, more simplified coding options.


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