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Its high delivery rate is backed by industry-leading technologies, stable push notification channels, unique dual services and channel sharing within Tencent. It can push 18 million messages every minute within just a few seconds and supports push notifications in applications such as Arena of Valor. Additionally, it can tag users precisely to enable accurate operations.
Multiple push methods and types
TPNS offers a variety of push methods, to meet different business and industry needs. TPNS offers push types such as notification panel messages, in-app push notifications, as well as redirection to apps, H5 and Deeplink after clicking. TPNS also offers scheduled and repeated push notifications to meet your needs in different use cases.
Self-built channels+ vendor channels, rapid and stable delivery
TPNS supports the integration of primary vendor channels such as Xiaomi, Huawei, and Meizu, and the Google-supported FCM channel overseas. It can select the optimal channel based on the device brand, to implement system-level push on vendor mobile phones and effectively improve delivery rate. You can push up to 300,000 messages per second via exclusive channels and deliver a message in milliseconds.
TPNS’s unique dual service architecture for session keep-alive uses master-slave dual services for multiple apps instead of only using one service for one app. It enables stable message delivery, reduces power and traffic consumption, increases delivery as well as click-through conversion rate. This feature is free for users of top apps such as Arena of Valor, significantly improving message delivery.
Abundant tags, precise push
Developers can call TPNS SDK and backend APIs to bind one or multiple tags to the device. After binding, developers can target tags for push notifications to facilitate more precise operations.
Real-time push effect analysis
TPNS provides real-time analysis of push effects. Data for message delivery and click-through is collected in real time and displayed visually in the console, to facilitate real-time monitoring of push results.