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Partner for my Android notification service

Discussion in 'Joint Ventures' started by Mediafax, Feb 9, 2017.

  1. Mediafax

    Mediafax Registered Member

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    Hi.I just developed a Android notification service. Basically you can send notifications / alerts using a simple HTTP API.How it works?
    1. You generate a API access token on the website.
    2. Android users download the app from Google Play , and gives you / input the device code from the app ( App is already posted in Google Play ) .
    Using those two ( API ACCESS KEY and DEVICE ID ) you generate a HTTP POST request to a certain URL , so basically you can integrate it with any software/service.
    Now, I'm looking for a serious partner to monetize this.Here are some screens:
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    Thank you guys !
     
  2. I know SEO

    I know SEO Marketplace Mod Moderator

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    Thread approved.
     
  3. DigitalAnt

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    Hey if you are still active then we can discuss on monetising it.
     
  4. Alangile

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    Cool parner! Respect!
     
  5. PoisonAce

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    I feel like this is similar to Bt notifier? Would it work for smartwatches receiving notifications from their cell phones? There are millions of smartwatches that could use it. Bt notifier is half decent, but is limited with the fact it doesn't always display content.