Pushover

Sep 19, 2018
2007
Chicago, IL, USA
Oct 16, 2018   |  By Joshua Stein
Pushover has been available as a GitHub Service since 2002, making it easy to get Pushover notifications each time commits were pushed to your repositories. GitHub has recently announced that they are replacing GitHub Services with webhooks, which means the Pushover support in GitHub will be going away in January 2019. Any repositories that you are receiving Pushover notifications from will need to be updated to use Pushover’s new GitHub webhook.
Sep 26, 2018   |  By Joshua Stein
After adding a dark mode to our iOS and Android apps, our browser Desktop client now has a dark theme as well. It goes well with the new Dark Mode in macOS Mojave released on Monday.
Apr 19, 2018   |  By Joshua Stein
Today we’re happy to announce the release of version 3.2 of our Pushover apps for Android and iOS which feature two-factor authentication and an optional dark theme.
Jan 23, 2018   |  By Joshua Stein
Version 3.0 of our Android, iPhone/iPad, and Desktop apps are available today which include support for receiving push notifications with image attachments!
Dec 6, 2017   |  By Joshua Stein
Pushover is used in many organizations for sending network monitoring alerts to Ops teams and even in many volunteer firefighter departments to send out secondary alerts. A popular feature Pushover has had for years is our Emergency-priority alerts, which repeat at a given interval until the recipient acknowledges it by tapping a button on the notification.