No!!!. 30 days free trial does not require a credit card on file to get started.
As an attempt to increase security, some browsers forces websites to use SSL/HTTPS in order to serve push notifications. Currently that affects Chrome, Opera and Firefox. You can serve notifications to users on Safari regardless if you have HTTPS.
Yes. Unlike other push providers, your visitors subscribe directly to yoursite.com, not yoursite.pushvendor.com. As a result subscriber grant your site permission (not the push vendor) & makes migrating possible.
Since there are no long term obligations you may cancel your account at any time if you find yourself not satisfied with our software without any penalty.
We support Safari(Desktop), Firefox(Desktop), Chrome(Desktop and Mobile on Android) and Opera (Android). Essentially all browsers that offer the new Web Push Technology are supported.
Nope. There is no intuPUSH branding on either the optin prompt nor the notifications themselves. The only URL visitors will see is from the website they subscribed from.