To help you convert your site visitors (using Opera browser) into a targetable audience, we have now extended iZooto to support Opera Push notifications. Opera is now the third most popular browser in India, after Chrome and UC Browser.
With this update, the users browsing your website using Opera browser can subscribe to web push notifications. Push notifications support is for both Opera Mobile and Opera Desktop. This widens the opportunity to create a larger subscriber base and then reach out to a new set of audience. This increases the chances of building a larger audience and driving user engagement and retention.
What is it that you need to do?
You don't need to make any changes at your end for the opt-in to start appearing on the Opera browser.
By including yourself in the beta list, your visitors coming from the Opera browser will see the subscription prompt when they visit your website.
Here is how the subscription prompt looks on Opera Browser on Mobile -
The subscription prompt on the Opera browser appears in the center on the mobile.
Note: Push notifications are supported on Opera Mobile starting version 37+. Latest version, Opera 46 was released in Sept 2016.
Here is how the Subscription Prompt appears on Opera Desktop:
Note: Push notifications are supported on the Opera Desktop starting Version 42+. Version 56 was released on Sept 2018.
How does a notification look like on the Opera Browser?
Notification on Desktop-
Notification on Mobile-
Head here to get specifications.The notification on the desktop would appear at the bottom right corner of the screen, similar to the notifications that appear on Chrome and Firefox.
Browser, device, and Os supporting Push Notifications
Follow-up Releases will have
1. Browser wise subscriber count on the dashboard.
2. Full support with pushing notifications to subscribers of the browsers will be released with the transition to FCM from GCM. FCM transition will start rolling out from next month.
If you have any queries, just ping us on chat :)