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Great if you want private push notifications for your programs. Super simple to deploy, I got it working in three minutes. The only downside is that it uses a persistent notification because it doesn't use GCM (which is good), but you can hide it, so it's not too bad. If you want something that uses GCM, use Pushover or some other alternative. I wanted private notifications and Gotify is ideal, thank you for making it.
25 people found this review helpful
Dead simple, behaves exactly as you would expect it. Fully uses message priorities with the notification system as well, which is definitely awesome. The dark theme is also a very nice bonus, many thanks to the development team!
15 people found this review helpful
Great notification client and server application. Sometimes the websocket connection disconnects and doesn't reestablish until I manually focus the app and refresh the connection, but it usually works really well. Migrated to this from Pushover and haven't looked back.
9 people found this review helpful
Thanks for your feedback! Do you have disabled battery optimization for the gotify app? If battery optimization is enabled then Android will kill gotify from time to time. See https://github.com/gotify/android#disable-battery-optimization