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Pushe for Android native

Simple implementation of Pushe SDK using Android studio and Java.

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Run the example

  • Install git if you don't have it.
  • Run: git clone
  • Open it with Android studio and run it on your device.

Installation on your project

dependencies {
   implementation '' // Or compile for lower gradles


Go to Pushe console and get the manifest content and add it to your project AndroidManifest.xml

The manifest will be a tag like this:

<meta-data android:name="co.ronash.pushe.token"
            android:value="PUSHE_76583046756" />

The value PUSHE_76583046756 is for demo panel. Replace it with your own token.

And if you need location-based features, add Location permission to the manifest as well.

Add the codes

In your Application or activity class, add this to onCreate() method:

Context context = this.getApplicationContext(); // This is optional. The `initialize` needs a context. Provide it from anywhere you want.
Pushe.initialize(context, true);

More features

All features are added to the sample. You can check them out.

Now run and install your app on a device or emulator that has google-play-service installed. Pushe needs minimum android api=15 and google-play-service version >= 3 to run.

More Info

For detailed documentations visit


Feel free to add anything you think is suitable to be in this sample.
It does not follow any specific code style. So just read the code a little bit and send a pull request at anytime. We'll be happy :D.



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