Updated on 29. October 2021 by Jan Bunk
Sending a push notification to your webtoapp.design app users is very easy. Either follow the steps below, or watch this 1 minute video:
That's it already. You can take a look at this example notification to see how the information you enter in the popup will be displayed:
We used our logo with a transparent background as the notification image here.
You can use UTM parameters in combination with your website analytics tool (e.g. Google Analytics) to see how many times your push notifications get opened.
To do so, add the UTM parameters to the URL you want to be opened when the push notification is clicked. If you don't have a specific URL you want to be opened, add the parameters to the URL of your homepage. The easiest way to add the UTM parameters to your URL is the Campaign URL Builder.
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A short explanation on what licenses are in the software world and what you need to do about them when you created your app with webtoapp.design.
It can be a bit complex to differentiate between the various layouts you can choose for your app. In this article we clear up which parts of your app automatically update when you change your website, which changes you need to contact us for and when you will need to submit an update to the app stores.
This website is operated by me, Jan, and my team. I have previously developed a bunch of apps for clients and my own projects. Back in 2019 I noticed that none of the existing website to app converters provide the kind of service I'd expect as a customer. That inspired me to develop a better solution - webtoapp.design. By now, the apps I've created with my team have already been downloaded hundreds of thousands of times from the app stores.