App does its job on nexus 4 rooted with the recommended intervals and battery drain was changed a bit compare to before I used the app. However since I updated to marshmelo battery drain is so terrible so I returned to default android intervals (15min on wifi and 28 min on 3g), un-installed the app and battery returned to normal. Phone is probably can go into deep sleep mode, but notifications are now again with long delay. Do you have any suggestion? BTW, I used to have in the past the PNF NO ROOT. Is there any difference or I should stay with the app for rooted phones?
Seems like this app is no longer necessary For Android 5.1.1... Is it? Edit: On Samsung note 4 android 5.1.1 the heart beats are lower than your recommended intervals.
Am on Meizu MX5 rooted (Lollipop-based). This app solved my (very badly) delayed push notifications. Along with this, PushNotificationTester was also a great companion app for carrying out testing.
Works Fixed my what's app issue on my letv-x500, thanks for your efforts :)
Okay here's the! Good idea with the app. But realize it suppose to be able to push notification, but the android system kill all background apps including this. If it's killed how will it pushed notification? Rethink it by making it a system app.
Wow! Excellent My whatsapp notification always delay.But this apps solowed my problem.. thanks for developer team.
Version 5.0, 2015/09/01:
- Fixed bug "Can't find Google app process"
- Introduced push notifications, I will able to send all users push messages
- New icon (better one will probably come soon)