What is Roost?
Web Push notifications are delivered to web browsers. Currently Apple Safari on the Mavericks operating system supports Web Push notifications. Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox web browsers are both working on supporting push notifications and will be releasing them soon and we’ll immediately implement them into Roost so that you can send all your push notifications across any supported browser easily and quickly.
Roost is a tool in the Web Push Notifications category of a tech stack.
Who uses Roost?
5 companies reportedly use Roost in their tech stacks, including HigherMe, All3DP, and The Customize Windows.
- API access
- CMS integrations
- A/B testing
- Geo Targeting
- Language targeting
- Segments and Alias
- Data Visualization and Tracking
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