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Subscribers offers tools to design push notifications for customers on both desktop and mobile sites. This allows you to engage with your customers beyond the typical email communication. And you can schedule the customize the push notifications, schedule them, and create dynamic or automated push notifications.
Yes. You get up to 200 subscribers on the free plan and unlimited notifications. There’s also a plan for $24.91 which allows you to get up to 10,000 subscribers, recurring notifications and the ability to schedule notifications. and one for $83.25 that allows you up to 50,000 subscribers and the ability to schedule notifications according to customers’ timezones.
Chrome (Desktop), Firefox (Desktop), Safari (Desktop), Opera (Desktop), Chrome (Android), Firefox (Android), and Opera (Android). The browsers that currently don’t support push notifications from Subscribers are: Chrome (iOS), Firefox (iOS), Safari (iOS) and Edge (Desktop).
No. While web push notifications are designed to only work on HTTPS sites, HTTP sites can get around this by using HTTPS subdomains.
No. Push notifications don’t ask for any customer information when they subscribe, which is why people tend to prefer this marketing tactic.
Yes. This allows your customers to opt into and receive your push notifications.