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Artem B., Flutter developer

Kharkiv, Ukraine
Last Updated: 18 Sep 2023

- Experienced Flutter developer with over 6 years of experience in software development. - Proficient in using Flutter and various related technologies such as Firebase Realtime Database, Firebase Cloud Firestore, Firebase Auth, Google Auth, Facebook Auth, Firebase Cloud Storage, Crashlytics, Analytics, Push Notifications, Background Location, Localization, Google Maps, Stripe, REST API, AWS S3, BloC, MVVM, Flutter Web, and Git flow. - Strong background in computer science with a Specialist's degree from "O.M.Beketov" National University of Urban Economic and Java Core courses at JavaRush. - Skilled in both team collaboration and independent work, with a track record of creating applications from scratch and implementing functions according to design requirements. - Experienced in developing cross-platform mobile applications using Flutter and React-Native. - Familiar with various development methodologies, principles, paradigms, and patterns. - Proficient in SDLC and software development practices. - Strong technical expertise in mobile app development, particularly in the domains of crypto wallets, credit management, Bluetooth device monitoring, housing services management, charity platforms, and location tracking. - Proven ability to deliver high-quality software solutions and achieve results in a timely manner.

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- Experienced iOS developer with 7+ years of commercial experience in IT; - Proficient in Swift and Objective-C programming languages; - Strong knowledge of object-oriented programming (OOP) and design patterns; - Skilled in using iOS technologies such as UIKit, SwiftUI, Xcode, Core Data, Core Animation, and more; - Familiar with various architecture patterns like Clean-Swift, MVC, MVP, MVP-C, MVVM+C; - Experienced in working with REST APIs using URLSession and Alamofire; - Proficient in using Git and SVN for source control; - Familiar with agile development methodologies like SCRUM and Kanban; - Strong attention to detail and ability to work in a team environment; - Excellent communication skills and ability to work under pressure; - Fluent in spoken and written English at an upper-intermediate level.

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Oleg Z., Software Developer

Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Last Updated: 18 Sep 2023

- Software developer with over 4 years of experience in mobile development. - Strong Java background knowledge and deep understanding of backend behavior. - Proficient in programming languages such as JavaEE, Spring Boot, Flutter/Dart, and Vaadin. - Experienced in working with databases including Oracle SQL, MySql, Firebase, and SQLite. - Familiar with version control systems like Git and SVN. - Skilled in using Jira, Jenkins, GitLab, BitBucket, and Trello for project workflow. - Previous experience includes developing mobile apps using Flutter and Dart, as well as Java development for ride-share and rental car service providers. - Knowledgeable in RESTful APIs and familiar with software development methodologies and practices. - Holds a Bachelor's degree in Software Engineering from Paisii Hilendarski University of Plovdiv, Bulgaria.

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Dmytro T., Senior iOS Engineer

Last Updated: 4 Jul 2023

- 7+ years of iOS developer - 7 years of experience with Swift - Upper-intermediate English - Available ASAP

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Vitaliy M., iOS Engineer

Vinnitsa, Ukraine
Last Updated: 8 Aug 2023

- 7+ years of commercial experience in IT - Experience in developing applications using Swift, Objective-C - Excellent knowledge in OOP - Experience in using Design patterns - Good logical thinking, self-learning, high level of responsibility - Responsible, hard-working, result-oriented, creative and communicable, team player - Good attention to details - Intermediate English - Availability starting from 01/08/2023

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Let’s consider Difference between Junior, Middle, Senior, Expert/Team Lead developer roles.

Seniority NameYears of experienceResponsibilities and activitiesAverage salary (USD/year)
Junior0-2 yearsAssisting senior developers in coding and testing tasks, participating in code reviews, bug fixing, and learning new technologies.$50,000 – $70,000
Middle2-5 yearsDeveloping software modules, collaborating with cross-functional teams, participating in project planning and estimation, mentoring junior developers, and ensuring code quality.$70,000 – $90,000
Senior5-8 yearsLeading complex software development projects, designing system architectures, providing technical guidance to the team, resolving technical challenges, and ensuring adherence to coding standards.$90,000 – $120,000
Expert/Team Lead8+ yearsLeading and managing a team of developers, making strategic technical decisions, collaborating with stakeholders, driving innovation, mentoring and coaching team members, and ensuring project success.$120,000 – $150,000+

How and where is Push notifications used?

Case NameCase Description
1. E-commerce Cart AbandonmentPush notifications can be used to remind users about items left in their shopping carts, encouraging them to complete their purchase. By sending personalized messages with discounts or limited-time offers, businesses can significantly reduce cart abandonment rates and increase sales.
2. News and UpdatesMedia organizations can leverage push notifications to keep their audience informed about the latest news, breaking stories, and updates. Users can receive instant notifications on their devices, ensuring they stay updated without actively visiting the news website or app.
3. Travel and Flight UpdatesAirlines and travel agencies can send real-time push notifications to travelers regarding flight delays, gate changes, or any other important updates. This helps to minimize inconvenience and provide timely information to passengers, ensuring a smoother travel experience.
4. Event RemindersEvent organizers can send push notifications as reminders to attendees about upcoming events, conferences, or concerts. This helps to increase attendance rates and keep participants engaged by providing important event details and updates.
5. Personalized RecommendationsPush notifications can be used to deliver personalized recommendations based on user preferences, behavior, and past interactions. By analyzing user data, businesses can send targeted notifications about products, services, or content that align with the user’s interests, increasing engagement and conversion rates.
6. App Engagement and RetentionPush notifications are effective in re-engaging users and improving app retention rates. By sending timely and relevant messages, apps can remind users of their presence, prompt them to open the app, and provide value through exclusive offers, updates, or new features.
7. Promotions and SalesRetailers can utilize push notifications to inform customers about ongoing promotions, flash sales, or discounts. By delivering time-sensitive offers directly to users’ devices, businesses can drive traffic to their online or brick-and-mortar stores and boost sales.
8. Appointment RemindersService-based businesses, such as healthcare providers or salons, can send push notifications as appointment reminders to their clients. This reduces no-show rates and allows customers to reschedule or prepare for their appointments accordingly.
9. Weather AlertsWeather apps can leverage push notifications to deliver real-time weather updates, severe weather warnings, or alerts to users in specific regions. This helps users stay informed and take necessary precautions during adverse weather conditions.
10. In-App MessagingPush notifications can be used as a means of in-app messaging, allowing businesses to communicate with their users directly. Whether it’s providing customer support, sending order updates, or collecting feedback, push notifications enable seamless communication within the app.

TOP 12 Facts about Push notifications

  • Push notifications are messages sent by mobile applications and websites to users’ devices, even when they are not actively using the app or website.
  • Research shows that push notifications have significantly higher engagement rates compared to other communication channels, with an average click-through rate of 7.8% for push notifications, compared to 1-2% for email and 2-3% for SMS.
  • According to a Localytics study, users who enable push notifications have 88% higher retention rates compared to users who disable push notifications.
  • Push notifications can be personalized and targeted based on user behavior, preferences, and location, resulting in higher relevancy and effectiveness.
  • Studies suggest that personalized push notifications can increase user engagement by up to 800% compared to non-personalized notifications.
  • A study by Leanplum found that push notifications sent in the user’s local time zone have a 9.4% higher open rate and a 7.8% higher conversion rate compared to notifications sent at a different time.
  • Push notifications can be used for various purposes, such as sending reminders, promoting new features or products, delivering breaking news, and encouraging users to take specific actions.
  • Apps that send push notifications have a higher average session length compared to apps that do not send push notifications, indicating that push notifications help keep users engaged and active within the app.
  • Push notifications can be an effective tool for re-engaging dormant users. A study by Localytics found that users who received push notifications were 3x more likely to reopen the app compared to those who did not receive any notifications.
  • Research suggests that using emojis in push notifications can increase open rates by up to 85% and conversion rates by up to 9%.
  • Push notifications can be sent to both iOS and Android devices, allowing businesses to reach a wide audience across different platforms.
  • According to a study by Accengage, users who opt-in to receive push notifications are more likely to make in-app purchases compared to non-opted-in users.

Cases when Push notifications does not work

  1. The user has disabled push notifications for the app: In some cases, users may choose to disable push notifications for specific apps on their devices. This means that even if the app sends out notifications, the user will not receive them. According to a study conducted by Localytics, around 52% of users in the United States have disabled push notifications for apps on their mobile devices.
  2. The device is turned off or in sleep mode: Push notifications are typically delivered to a device when it is powered on and connected to the internet. If the device is turned off or in sleep mode, the push notification will not be received until the device is active again. According to a study by Deloitte, the average American checks their phone approximately 52 times a day, so it’s possible that a push notification may be missed during periods of inactivity.
  3. The app is not running in the background: For push notifications to work, the app needs to be running in the background or have background refresh enabled. If the user has force-closed the app or disabled background refresh, the app will not be able to receive push notifications. According to a report by Airship, around 42% of users globally do not allow background data usage for apps, which can impact the delivery of push notifications.
  4. Technical issues with the push notification service: Sometimes, there may be technical issues with the push notification service itself. This could be due to server outages, network connectivity problems, or bugs in the service. These issues can prevent the delivery of push notifications to the intended recipients. According to a study by Braze, 22% of push notifications fail to be delivered due to technical issues.
  5. Incorrect configuration of the app or push notification settings: If the app or push notification settings are not properly configured, push notifications may not work as intended. This could include issues such as incorrect API configurations, missing or invalid certificates, or improper handling of push notification payloads. These configuration errors can prevent push notifications from being sent or received by the app.

TOP 10 Push notifications Related Technologies

  • JavaScript

    JavaScript is the most fundamental language for web development and is widely used for implementing push notifications. It provides the ability to handle real-time updates and interactive features on websites.

  • React Native

    React Native is a popular framework for developing mobile applications, including push notification functionality. It allows developers to write code once and deploy it on both iOS and Android platforms.

  • Firebase Cloud Messaging (FCM)

    FCM is a cross-platform cloud messaging solution provided by Google. It enables developers to send push notifications to both Android and iOS devices. FCM also supports advanced features such as topic-based messaging and analytics.

  • OneSignal

    OneSignal is a comprehensive push notification service that supports multiple platforms including iOS, Android, and web. It provides features like segmentation, A/B testing, and personalized notifications, making it a popular choice among developers.

  • Apple Push Notification Service (APNS)

    APNS is Apple’s proprietary push notification service for iOS devices. It allows developers to send push notifications to iPhones, iPads, and Macs. Integration with APNS is essential for iOS app development.

  • Google Cloud Messaging (GCM)

    GCM is a legacy push notification service provided by Google. While it has been replaced by FCM, it is still used by some older Android applications. Developers should be familiar with GCM to maintain and update these apps.

  • Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS)

    SNS is a messaging service provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS). It supports push notifications for multiple platforms, including iOS, Android, and web. SNS offers high scalability and reliability, making it suitable for large-scale applications.

Soft skills of a Push notifications Developer

Soft skills are essential for a Push Notifications Developer, as they contribute to effective communication, collaboration, and problem-solving in a team environment. These skills become increasingly important as one progresses from a junior level to an expert or team lead position.


  • Effective Communication: Ability to clearly convey information and ideas to team members and stakeholders.
  • Teamwork: Willingness to collaborate with others, share knowledge, and contribute to the success of the team.
  • Adaptability: Ability to quickly learn new technologies and adapt to changing project requirements.
  • Time Management: Efficiently managing time and prioritizing tasks to meet project deadlines.
  • Attention to Detail: Paying close attention to the quality and accuracy of work to avoid errors.


  • Leadership: Demonstrating leadership qualities by guiding and mentoring junior team members.
  • Problem-solving: Analyzing complex problems and finding innovative solutions to overcome challenges.
  • Critical Thinking: Using logical reasoning and sound judgment to evaluate situations and make informed decisions.
  • Conflict Resolution: Resolving conflicts and disagreements within the team to maintain a harmonious work environment.
  • Emotional Intelligence: Understanding and managing emotions effectively to build strong working relationships.
  • Customer Focus: Prioritizing the needs and satisfaction of customers when developing push notification solutions.
  • Continuous Learning: Being proactive in learning new technologies and staying updated with industry trends.


  • Strategic Thinking: Developing long-term strategies and roadmaps for push notification implementations.
  • Project Management: Overseeing and coordinating the successful execution of projects within the team.
  • Effective Communication: Skillfully presenting complex technical concepts to non-technical stakeholders.
  • Innovation: Driving innovation by exploring new technologies and proposing creative solutions.
  • Decision-making: Making informed decisions by considering various factors and potential impacts.
  • Collaboration: Promoting collaboration across teams and departments to achieve shared goals.
  • Mentorship: Mentoring and guiding junior and middle-level developers to enhance their skills and knowledge.
  • Strategic Partnerships: Building and maintaining strong relationships with external partners to drive success.

Expert/Team Lead

  • Strategic Planning: Developing and implementing strategic plans for push notification development.
  • Resource Management: Efficiently managing resources, including budgets, staffing, and equipment.
  • Business Acumen: Understanding business goals and aligning push notification strategies accordingly.
  • Influence and Negotiation: Influencing stakeholders and negotiating effectively to achieve desired outcomes.
  • Risk Management: Identifying and mitigating risks associated with push notification projects.
  • Performance Optimization: Optimizing push notification systems for better performance and scalability.
  • Change Management: Leading teams through organizational changes and adapting to new technologies.
  • Technical Expertise: Demonstrating deep knowledge and expertise in push notification technologies.
  • Strategic Decision-making: Making critical decisions that have a significant impact on the business.
  • Team Leadership: Inspiring and motivating the team to achieve high performance and excellence.
  • Continuous Improvement: Driving continuous improvement initiatives to enhance processes and workflows.

Pros & cons of Push notifications

6 Pros of Push notifications

  • Increased user engagement: Push notifications have proven to be highly effective in engaging users and driving them back to your app or website. Studies have shown that push notifications can increase app engagement by up to 88%, leading to higher retention rates and user satisfaction.
  • Real-time updates: Push notifications allow you to deliver real-time updates and information to your users. Whether it’s breaking news, special offers, or personalized recommendations, push notifications enable you to deliver timely and relevant content to your audience.
  • Improved customer retention: By sending targeted and personalized push notifications, you can keep your customers informed and engaged, leading to increased customer loyalty and retention. According to a study, personalized push notifications can increase retention rates by up to 20%.
  • Higher conversion rates: Push notifications can be a powerful tool for driving conversions. By delivering timely and relevant messages to your users, you can prompt them to take action, such as making a purchase, signing up for a service, or completing a desired action.
  • Easy opt-in and opt-out: Push notifications allow users to easily opt-in or opt-out of receiving notifications, giving them control over their notification preferences. This helps to ensure that your messages are only sent to users who are interested and willing to receive them.
  • Multi-platform support: Push notifications are supported on a wide range of devices and platforms, including mobile apps, websites, and desktop applications. This allows you to reach your audience regardless of the device they are using, providing a seamless and consistent user experience.

6 Cons of Push notifications

  • Potential for user annoyance: If not used strategically, push notifications can become intrusive and annoying to users. Overwhelming users with too many notifications or sending irrelevant messages can lead to users disabling or uninstalling your app.
  • Privacy concerns: Push notifications require user permission to send messages, and users may have concerns about their privacy and personal data. It’s important to be transparent about your data collection and usage practices to build trust with your users.
  • Technical limitations: Push notifications rely on an internet connection to deliver messages, which means they may not reach users who are offline or have a poor internet connection. Additionally, different platforms and devices have their own limitations and restrictions on push notification capabilities.
  • Message fatigue: Constantly bombarding users with push notifications can lead to message fatigue, where users become desensitized and stop paying attention to your messages. It’s important to strike a balance and only send notifications when they provide genuine value to the user.
  • Platform restrictions: Different platforms have their own restrictions and guidelines for push notifications. This means you may need to adapt your notification strategy based on the platform you are targeting, which can add complexity to your implementation.
  • Opt-out rates: While push notifications can be effective in engaging users, there will always be a certain percentage of users who choose to opt-out or disable notifications. This means that not all of your users will receive your messages, potentially limiting the reach and impact of your notifications.

What are top Push notifications instruments and tools?

  • OneSignal: OneSignal is a widely used push notification platform that enables businesses to send targeted messages to their users across various platforms and devices. It was founded in 2012 and has gained popularity for its ease of use and robust features. OneSignal boasts an impressive client base, including notable companies like Uber, Zynga, and Adobe.
  • Braze: Formerly known as Appboy, Braze is a comprehensive customer engagement platform that offers push notification capabilities. It provides personalized and contextually relevant messaging to users to increase engagement and retention. Braze has been in the market since 2011 and has built a strong reputation for its advanced segmentation and automation capabilities.
  • Pusher: Pusher is a real-time messaging platform that offers push notification functionality as part of its suite of features. It provides a scalable infrastructure for delivering notifications to users in real-time across web, mobile, and other connected devices. Pusher has been around since 2011 and is trusted by companies such as GitHub, Mailchimp, and The New York Times.
  • Pushwoosh: Pushwoosh is a push notification service that supports multiple platforms, including iOS, Android, Windows, and macOS. It offers a range of features such as personalized messages, deep linking, and location-based targeting. Pushwoosh was founded in 2011 and has a wide customer base, including brands like Coca-Cola, Volkswagen, and Burger King.
  • Firebase Cloud Messaging (FCM): FCM is a free cross-platform messaging solution provided by Google. It allows developers to send push notifications to Android, iOS, and web applications. FCM is widely adopted due to its seamless integration with other Google services and extensive documentation. It was introduced in 2015 as an evolution of Google Cloud Messaging (GCM).
  • Airship: Airship is a mobile marketing and engagement platform that offers push notification capabilities. It enables businesses to deliver personalized and automated messages to users across various channels, including push notifications, in-app messaging, and SMS. Airship has been in the market since 2009 and serves customers like Adidas, Starbucks, and CNN.
  • Pusher Beams: Pusher Beams is a push notification API and developer toolset offered by Pusher. It allows developers to easily implement push notifications in their applications with minimal effort. Pusher Beams supports multiple platforms and provides features like rich notifications, user targeting, and message scheduling. It was launched in 2018 as an extension of the Pusher platform.

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