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GoNative.io

Turn your website into a mobile app using GoNative.io and OneSignal

If you have a website and would like to turn it into a mobile app downloadable from the Apple or Google App Stores, then GoNative.io has a great solution to quickly turn your site into a mobile app and integrates with OneSignal.

Simply follow their Getting Started Guide. Once your app is setup, you can then follow their steps on integrating with OneSignal.

Once you are setup, your users can download your app from the App Store and receive your notifications and In-App Messages!

OneSignal GoNative FAQ

How do I send links in push to my mobile app?

GoNative has integrated the OneSignal SDK in a smart way where they leverage deep linking instead of the pop-up browser OneSignal provides by default.

When you send push to mobile app users, do not use the "Launch URL" field. Instead use the "Additional Data" field or data parameter from our REST API. The Key should be targetUrl (the "U" is capitalized) and the Value should be the url to the page you want to send users:

If you send to web and mobile at the same time, in the "Launch URL" area select "Different URL for web/app" and leave the "APP URL" blank.

Updated 2 months ago


GoNative.io


Turn your website into a mobile app using GoNative.io and OneSignal

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