Android MultiCast Push Notifications using GCM [Greeting App]

In the previous posts, I discussed What is GCM and how to send Push notifications using GCM service. In this post, I am going to develop simple Android application called Greeting App to demonstrate how to send Push notifications to multiple devices.

I would recommend you to quickly take a look at the previous posts (Read: Introduction to GCM | How to send push notifications using GCM service?) so that you will get to know about basics of GCM.

What is GCM?

Google Cloud Messaging is a free service from Google which helps us to send messages (Push notifications) to Users’ device. It can also be used to send message from Users’ device to GCM server.

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How to send push notifications using GCM service?

In the previous post, I discussed What is GCM? and How it is used in Android applications?. In this post, I am going to develop simple Android application to demonstrate how it can be used to send Push notifications to User device.

I would recommend you to quickly take a look at the previous post (Read: Introduction to GCM) so that you will get to know about Google Cloud Messaging service and its usage.

What is GCM?

Google Cloud Messaging is a free service from Google which helps us to send messages (Push notifications) to Users’ device. It can also be used to send message from Users’ device to GCM server.

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Introduction to GCM

In this post, I will be discussing about Introduction to Google Cloud Messaging service. You should have heard the word ‘GCM’ somewhere and you are here to understand what it is and how it is used in Android applications.

Following this post, I will be creating couple of Android applications incorporating GCM service to demonstrate in what are the different ways we can use GCM, so I request you to keep track of GCM tutorial series gonna be published here.

One best way to track the tutorials I post here is, do subsribe.

Let us get started with ‘Introduction to GCM’.

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