Great, but could do with more control over notifications This is a great way of getting custom push notifications, but it would be better if we could change the notification sound to something other than the default or have it vibrate instead. I'm currently using an app which allows you to change the notification sound of other apps to work around this, but it would be good if this was supported by default (and this currently only allows me to silence the notifications and not have them in vibrate mode).
Bad app design Installed the app on two devices, but I can login only on one. Anyhow, there is no device listed on the web site after three days of countless restarts and refreshes. Bonus: no exit button/menu
Simple but must be running for notifications Nice simple fast app although customisation of notifications would be better. But the thing that kills it is that the app must be actively running for notifications to come. No exit/back options and its not running as a background service either. I'll stick with Pushbullet..
Like others, I cannot log in either Got excited when I found this app would give me a way to send push notifications from my Raspberry Pi.Like the other reviews here, I cannot log in to try it on my Galaxy S5. And yes, I am paying close attention to the case sensitivity the user name and password I'm using. I registered online and did not get an email verification. Perhaps you cannot log in until you verify your email first? I checked spam items and did not see anything there. Really strange that it would be broke this bad...but I guess that's why they are calling it InstaPush beta...
Easy notifications but no sound It would be only useful if I could notice the pushs, but it's pretty hard without sound or Vibration. Iam using a honor 7
Login Carefull, the Email Address AND Password are both case sensitive. Other than that, the app seems to do what it should so far :D
Receives your text messages, calls and contacts from your other smartphone