Send Push Notifications from python to your Browser, Android, iOS and/or Windows 10 device.

python-pushsafer aims at providing comprehensive Python bindings for the API of the Pushsafer Notification Service.



Install python-pushsafer directly from Pypi:

$ pip install python-pushsafer

or install it from GitHub:


After being imported, the module must be initialized by calling the init function with a valid private key. Thus, a typical use of the Pushsafer module looks like this:

from pushsafer import init, Client

Client("").send_message("Message", "Hello", "323", "1", "4", "2", "", "Open Pushsafer", "0", "2", "60", "600", "1", "", "", "")

You can also pass the privatekey optional argument to Client to initialize the module at the same time:

from pushsafer import Client

client = Client("", privatekey="<privatekey>")
client.send_message("Message", "Hello", "323", "1", "4", "2", "", "Open Pushsafer", "0", "1", "120", "1200", "0", "", "", "")


client.send_message("Message", "Title", "Device or Device Group ID", "Icon", "Sound", "Vibration", "URL", "URL Title", "Time2Live", "Priority", "Retry", "Expire", "Answer", "Image 1", "Image 2", "Image 3")

For more information about replacing values (title, message, icon, icon color, sound, vibration) in your push notification, check out our API description!

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