Although, February is the shortest month of the year, it has been quite eventful for our company. And we are thrilled to share the major updates with you.
The region monitoring feature of IOS only provides the possibility to monitor up to 20 regions at a time. If you have more than 20 geofences, then you have to manage these geofences yourself. You have to ensure that the 20 geofences your user is closest to are the 20 active monitored regions.
Did you know that, on average, a consumer is exposed to 3,000 to 20,000 marketing messages a day? It shouldn’t come as a surprise then that in a world of such a marketing overload consumers are simply immune to the information that is not useful to them. See how personalized app marketing can help you reach your overloaded app users.
We are proud to introduce an upgraded version of the Plot Projects Dashboard. Next time you log in you will notice that a few things have changed.
We have changed the way you can manage your location based notifications. In the new view you can see all your notifications together with their associated geofences where they will be triggered.
Plot Projects already provides the means to send notifications to users when it matters the most; when they are near a location that is relevant to them. To further increase the relevance of the notifications for your users, you can use the Notification Filter.
Do you want to test location based notifications but don’t want to do any coding? Plot Projects launches a demo app for both iOS and Android. This way you can experience the power of Location Based Notifications on your phone, without implementing any code.
A brand new version of the PlotProjects plugin for location based notifications has been released: version 1.5.0 for Android and version 1.5.2 for iOS. These versions provide developers with more feedback during integration and testing, support for Rich Notifications on Android and a small bugfix on iOS. Get it while it’s hot!
We further improved our Plot Plugin for iOS; integration is now even easier than before. It’s only 4 lines of code; as easy as pi!