Firebase Cloud Messaging

Firebase a company recently acquired by Google, whose solution currently replaces Google’s Cloud Messaging, provides the notification service of Firebase Cloud Messaging. It is a cloud-based, messaging solution, for sending notifications and messages to Android and IOS devices, as well as web applications.

Firebase a company recently acquired by Google, whose solution currently replaces Google’s Cloud Messaging, provides the notification service of Firebase Cloud Messaging (FCM). It is a cloud-based, messaging solution, for sending notifications and messages to Android and IOS devices, with web applications.

It is very useful for notifying a client app on server or network side developments. With Phanerus, updates such as failed login attempts, account balance notifications, message delivery reports, and carrier network availability, are sent directly to the end user’s device using FCM service. As long as the end user’s account on Phanerus, has the Phanerus App activated on an IOS or Android device.

FCM is preferable for sending such platform focused correspondences, as it guarantees more visibility, client participation with application community collaboration. Its interactive nature makes it easier to, understand how end users on Phanerus, consume the telecommunication service, provided by the platform. By providing a direct and more personalized channel for, sending updates and, receiving feedback from users via the mobile device.

Firebase, will ultimately serve as a communication channel for messaging, contingent to carrier network messaging and chat messaging. Increasing penetration and making the receipt and confirmation of important updates, such as verification codes, appointment reminders, payment notifications, weather and travel updates, marketing promotions, booking and event confirmations, order and delivery reminders, service updates and bank alerts, more consistent.

You can sign up for Phanerus today and begin to connect to the platform using your mobile device. As we use FCM to monitor the messaging service, over carrier networks, on your mobile device.