Ottawa, Canada, June 06, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- With more than 200,000 applications available for the iPhone and iPod Touch, more and more companies are reaching their customers through iPhone apps - a trend that is expected to grow rapidly following the recent release of Apple's iPad touch-tablet.
Push notifications allow companies to stay in touch with app users or to allow them to interact with each other. Manic's server software puts companies tapping the burgeoning market for iPhone and iPad apps in full control of their push messaging, allowing for unlimited messages without additional cost.
"Our idea for the Manic APNs came out of our experience developing our unique multi-player gaming network," says Randy Byers of Manic Networks. "But we quickly realized that a way to reach millions of users within a matter of minutes at no additional cost would have huge appeal to many types of companies doing business on the iPhone/iPad platform."
Manic's Linux-based server software runs on company-owned servers or on hosted cloud servers for a fraction of the cost it would take to develop in-house - and with no limits or per-message cost. Depending on hardware and connectivity, Manic APNsServer can send 400,000 messages per minute or more - close to 25 million messages an hour.
Manic Networks is an Ottawa-based company specializing in iPhone/iPad network solutions, including the Manic APNsServer and the Manic Gaming Network(TM), a multi-player gaming platform for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
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Manic Networks Inc.