Pushly offers web push notifications and caters to a small client base in the publishing industry. In contrast, we offer a much more versatile and established solution that can support clients beyond a single channel or vertical. Our multichannel capabilities are robust across mobile push, email, and SMS, and allow clients to reach their user base in a variety of ways as they grow.
A Market Leader
OneSignal excels in market share and feature rankings.
Pushly has only 8 reviews on Capterra and no reviews on G2, while OneSignal has over thirty reviews on Capterra and 142 G2 reviews.
Despite its focus on web push, Pushly is installed on only 1,161 websites, while OneSignal is installed on over 300,000 sites.
In addition to offering a broader variety of channels than Pushly, we also have a much larger team supporting constant improvements and updates to our product. We are committed to building out our product with the full force of a growing company, which means we’re more equipped to respond to our client’s needs than a smaller company like Pushly.
As a more established player in the space, we maintain close relationships with browser vendors in order to stay at the forefront of market trends.
We believe that transparency and communication are the foundation for strong customer relationships. Unlike Pushly, we openly publish our pricing so you won’t encounter any surprise fees or limitations. We’ve made all our plan details and features available on our pricing page to help you decide what option makes sense for your company and your budget.
We hold ourselves to the highest standards with regard to message reliability, speed, and deliverability, which is why we're the market leader in customer messaging. We believe that transparency is integral to reliability, which is why we publish our uptime statistics and offer features like Confirmed Delivery.
OneSignal had all the features we needed out of the box, could deliver messages across both web and mobile, and presented a leaner workflow. It was a no-brainer.