Interacting with the user base is one of the core functionalities of modern apps: it helps engage users, it helps drive conversions, and it helps send messages about updates and changes. Being able to notify your users whenever and however you want is key.
And it is possible through in-app messages. You have control over the timing, the style, the substance, and even the tone of the message - it is far less restrictive than traditional notifications. This is all possible through our tools here at Releasecat.
Do you want to send a sales notification when a user clicks on a specific product? Want to ask for feedback when a user logs out? Want to send contextual messages based on how the user interacts with your app? This is all possible here.
With in-app messages, you can directly respond to user behavior, which not only makes for a much better user experience, but also increases engagement and conversion. And our excellent tools at Releasecat will help you manage, organize, and send out these notifications.
When relying on in-app messages, you have total control over the design, aesthetics, length, and tone of the messages. It gives you far more freedom than is possible through normal notifications. This can help you design unique experiences that will keep your users engaged with your app.
In-app messaging refers to messages a user receives while they're actively using the app. Some apps have their own unique in-app messaging system because it is far less restrictive than traditional notifications. The app author has control over its design, its tone, and the length of the content.
In-app messaging is a favorite of many successful apps out there, and they're part of every successful app developer's repertoire. If you want to easily integrate in-app messages into your mobile app, you should check out our tools here at Releasecat. The process has never been simpler.
Instead of relying on the operating system's native notification API, in-app messaging works by creating an alternative system between the app and its servers to communicate in-app messages. It is a favorite of many developers because it improves app experience, allows to prompt users in real time about services and products, and can send highly-contextual messages.
Push notifications rely on the device's native API to send a notification to the operating system, which will be displayed outside of the app. The app has very limited control over the size of the notification, its style, and its design.
In-app messages, however, occur entirely inside the app itself, and they rely on their own systems to design, store, and send the messages. If this sounds complicated, you don't have to worry. Releasecat gives you the tools to easily manage in-app messages down to the smallest details.