Donky is a network, so we can support more than just Push Notifications and other push based messages in our offering. We have three message types, which can be used in several ways:
Basic push notifications, but because we deploy them across the network and the Native Push Channels, we can track and record delivery, unlike most push providers.
Text messages in your app, a bit like the sort of messages you get in apps like “WhatsApp” or “Viber”, which are sent over the network and arrive in an in-app inbox.
Chat Messages can be A2P (App Chat) or P2P (Social Chat), both types are stored in the same inbox. Chat Messages can contain text formatting, emoticons and attachments. Donky supports all available internet media types.
Rich Messages are HTML app pages which can be sent to app users via an in-app inbox. Messages are typically created in some sort of HTML editor, whether from raw mark-up or by using a WYSIWYG editor. The Donky application is Message Builder.
The messages are designed to be responsive, in that they can be sent to any mobile device and will behave accordingly to ensure that the user receives the same experience no matter the screen size.