Twitter logo ZeroPush has joined Twitter!

Almost three years ago, we started ZeroPush because we were frustrated by the complexity involved in sending push notifications to our apps. Our goal was to make developers' lives easier with simple and powerful tools. Thousands of you agreed, and have used our API to send hundreds of millions of notifications.

We have been absolutely thrilled to watch ZeroPush scale to meet new challenges, while helping save so much precious developer time. We sincerely thank you!

Today, we are excited to announce that we have joined Twitter as part of Fabric. We’ll be working alongside the teams that brought you other great developer tools like Crashlytics, Digits, Beta, and Answers.

ZeroPush will remain available until January 31, 2016. As a current customer, you will receive free service until then. Documentation for exporting your data, and information about migrating to other push providers is available at We’re also working with a few providers directly to allow a seamless import to their service. More information about the direct import will be available in the coming weeks.

As always, the standard terms of service will apply until the shutdown date.

We’re excited for this next chapter and are grateful for all your support.

Adam & Stefan - Oct 26, 2015

What is the timeline?

The API and the web interface will continue service until January 31, 2016. All service is free until the shutdown date.

How can I export my data?

You can export your account data at

How long do I have to export my data?

You will be able to export your account data until March 1, 2016.

Will my app crash if it still includes the ZeroPush SDK after the shutdown?

No, the ZeroPush API will return 401 unauthorized responses which are handled correctly and do not cause crashes. Any custom error handling should be double checked to ensure it can handle a 401 response.

Can I get help?

Email questions to and we will try to address them as best we can.