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Notifications from the Twitter app are easier on your battery

Push notifications are an important way to keep Twitter users informed about what’s happening. However, they can be a significant and often overlooked source of battery drain. For example: high priority notifications can wake a phone from Doze, and fetching data upon push notification delivery via the network can drain […]

Notifying your users with FCM

Posted by Jingyu Shi, Developer Advocate, Partner Devrel This is the second in a series of blog posts in which outline strategies and guidance in Android with regard to power. Notifications are a powerful channel you can use to keep your app’s users connected and updated. Android provides Notification APIs […]

Project Capillary: End-to-end encryption for push messaging, simplified

Posted by Giles Hogben, Privacy Engineer and Milinda Perera, Software Engineer Developers already use HTTPS to communicate with Firebase Cloud Messaging (FCM). The channel between FCM server endpoint and the device is encrypted with SSL over TCP. However, messages are not encrypted end-to-end (E2E) between the developer server and the […]