Push Monkey has come a long way! It’s pure monkey magic !

We were the first to ever commercially launch web push notification service right after Apple had introduced a new feature for users called “Safari Push Notifications”. Since then, push monkey has added support for:

Browsers: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari and Opera
Devices: Desktop, Mobile and Tablet Devices
OS: Windows, Android, Linux and MacOS (OSX).

When a visitor visits web push enabled website, they see the following prompt that can be easily customized:


Your website visitors just need to click “Allow” and you’re all set. Nothing is installed on their computer and mobile devices and no personal data is collected.

As a reader, it lets you receive notifications on your desktop and mobile devices similar to the ones in the picture whenever a website that you have subscribed to has new content.

You receive the push notifications automatically. Clicking on one will open the respective browser and take you to the linked content. If not, it will disappear after a few seconds.

As a publisher, it offers you a faster and more direct way of letting your readers know when you have new content to share in an unobtrusive and elegant way.  Check out Push Monkey, our solution for enabling Desktop Push Notifications on WordPress powered sites and blogs.


You can check out our list of websites that have enabled Safari Push Notifications.


This Post Has 14 Comments

  1. Does this works only on apple safari…?

    1. Currently, yes. Because Apple was a bit ahead of Mozilla and Chrome. But as soon as the other browsers implement this feature, we’ll be adding this.

      1. Google chome already has push notifications, you guys working on implementing it?

      2. Have you since added this feature?

  2. How do I change my logo? I have a larger image I want to use and couldn’t find any way to change it.

    1. Hi Mark, you can’t do it yourself at the moment but send us an email and we’ll change it.

  3. Do you now support Chrome and Amazon Fire?

  4. guys you are awesome………….

  5. Hi,

    Can I create users that allow them to login from my domain? so they able to send notification to their customer. Thank you

  6. Can this work on Mozilla and Chrome now ?

  7. 1. Can we use our own GCM/FCM Project with getpushmonkey?
    2. Is the push permission linked directly to our domain, e.g. https://www.our-domain.com?
    3. Is it possible to migrate all of the subscribers in case of an provider change from getpushmonkey to an other vendor?
    many thanks!

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