GCM Notifications Test Tool


GCM notifications test tool
Here is a nifty little tool to help developers test GCM notifications. While developing GCM or Google Cloud Messaging Notifications in Android applications, it is important to have a simple server to test if client code is working correctly. This free GCM notifications test tool below does exactly that – allows you to easily send GCM notifications to your Android client without needing to code out the server side code.

Instructions for using the GCM Notifications Test Tool

Enter the API Key and the GCM ID of the client that you want to the send the test notification to.

Enter the data for the notifications. You can enter this as key-value pairs. If you are using sample code, your default key is probably ‘message’ (enter this in the Key 1 box) and you can enter ‘hello world’ in the value field (enter this in the Value 1 box).

Enter GCM API Key (Server key) :
Enter GCM ID (Client Registration ID) :
Key 1 :
Value 1 :
Key 2 :
Value 2 :
Key 3 :
Value 3 :
Key 4 :
Value 4 :
Key 5 :
Value 5 :


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23 thoughts on “GCM Notifications Test Tool

    1. I just tested it. It seems to be working fine with my test case. Can you specify what message you are trying to send so that we can debug this issue?

  1. Hi,
    How to send message to any specific time? I am unable to do so by setting “data”: {
    “score”: “4×8”,
    “time”: “15:47.2342”

  2. Nice tool for testing Push Notification,
    but if you could also provide options to add more key value fields, that would be really more helpful…

  3. Hi,
    My app is crashing when I am sending Notification using this. From log I can see,”Calling a method in the system process without a qualified user:″. After some googling it is saying that, this type of problem is caused by an older version of okhttp library. Can you please check?

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