Excellent, we can now spread the word : “You’ve Got Push” PushMail for iPhone is now available on the App Store.
The battle is heating up again in the race to control mobile messaging. Several pure players have build a community in the past (Like Whatsapp, Kik, TextOne), but large internet players now want to be sure they control this communication channel very closely. This is a very addictive channel on which users tend to connect […]
Let’s talk about the “world’s most life-disrupting feature, push email notification” (thx to Rafe Needleman’s tweet…) It’s really amazing how push relates to email. Each time, someone is briefly mentioning any email app, right away, the question is : “does it support push notification?”. To be honest, BlackBerry did an incredible marketing job by teaching […]
Why Push Email needs to be reinvented with new features and “hybrid” technologies? In a recent study posted in May 2012, MailChimp studied how people use mobile email. Regarding behaviors, people read their emails everywhere, in bed, on public transportation, at a bar/restaurant, waiting in a line or simply at their desk with the desktop […]
With the rise of the cloud service for company, we see an increasing number of companies offering new online applications, from Customer Relationship Management to hosted code management platform.
More than a year ago, Fred Wilson, a renowned VC, was explaining in a blog post titled “mobile notifications, March 1, 2011” that game changer for an app would be mobile notifications.
Realtime low latency notification methods get ubiquitous. This article is interesting as it show a way to leverage web communication channels even for native apps, showing that hybrid approach is gaining ground.
In this article, we would like to explain and share details on the mid-term and long term roadmap to ejabberd.
We have two technical Meetups scheduled at ProcessOne in the coming month.
Almost a year ago, in June 2011, I published a post titled "Group messaging the next big thing to invest in and deploy", I was talking about "2011 is the year of group texting" : $35M invested in startups (GroupMe, TextPlus, Kik and Yobongo) at least, two internet giants, Facebook and Skype, bought respectively Beluga […]