Push notifications made easy
ntfy (pronounced notify) is a simple HTTP-based pub-sub notification service. It allows you to send notifications to your phone or desktop via scripts from any computer, and/or using a REST API. It's infinitely flexible, and 100% free software.
Send push notifications from your app or script
Publishing messages can be done via PUT or POST. Topics are created on the fly by subscribing or publishing to them. If you use ntfy without sign-up, the topic is essentially a password, so pick something that's not easily guessable. If you purchase ntfy Pro, you can reserve topic names instead.
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Receive notifications on your phone
Subscribe to a topic and receive notifications, with different priorities, attachments, action buttons, tags & emojis, and even for automation.
Or get notified on your computer
You can use the web app to subscribe to topics as well. If you do, notifications will pop up as desktop notifications. Simply type in the topic name and click the Subscribe button. The browser will keep a connection open and listen for incoming notifications.
Integrate with your favorite tools
Publishing messages is just a HTTP request, so pretty much everything under the sun can integrate with ntfy.
Whether it's receiving alerts from cronjobs, or when a GitHub Actions pipeline finishes, or when a new episode of your TV show is available, or when any website has a change ❤️, ntfy will let you know.
Try ntfy for free without sign-up, or check out our paid plans. Or, since it's open source, you can always self-host it.
Get started with ntfy, while also supporting the open source project.
This is the best value plan. Lots of messages, and large attachments.
Insane amount of messages, lots of reserved topics, giant attachments.
Join our open source community
ntfy is open source, and dual-licensed under the Apache 2.0 and GPLv2 license. Development happens out in the open, on GitHub and in our chats on Discord/Matrix. We love free software, and we're doing this because it's fun. Please join us, and let us know how you are using ntfy!