Android Device to Device Messaging using Google Cloud Messaging (GCM)

Authors

  • Varsha Dubey Varsha Dubey Sr. Android Developer Support Foundation , Bhopal India

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.24113/ijoscience.v1i1.6

Keywords:

Android, Instant Messaging, Google Cloud Messaging

Abstract

 Android is an operating system for smartphones, tablets and now will be used for Personal Computers also. It includes a touch screen user interface, widgets, camera, network data monitoring and all the other features that enable a cell phone to be called a smartphone. Basically, Multi-Purpose chat application allows users to send asynchronous messages, and enable sharing image files with other peers on the JXTA world using JXME. Instant messaging has become so ubiquitous, an entire generation of internet users is probably unaware there was ever life without it. The use of instant messaging nowadays is more than the calling function itself. The main objective of this paper is to introduce a methodology to provide instant Messaging Service over the Google Cloud Messaging  which is addressed to android based smartphone and tablet users connected over intranet via Wi-Fi. The proposed method is based on sending/receiving messages in intranet through intranet server via Wi-Fi connection without the need of taking any service from mobile service provider .

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Published

08/23/2015

How to Cite

Dubey, V. (2015). Android Device to Device Messaging using Google Cloud Messaging (GCM). SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJOSCIENCE, 1(1). https://doi.org/10.24113/ijoscience.v1i1.6