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Scales very well and useful console to view all their apps and its fully rebrandable which works great if you want to give the clients you are building apps for access to their own view of how it is performing. The fact that it comes with integrated push notifications and their automated monthly report is also great. See More
For companies or large teams of developers, where there are multiple projects being worked on at once, you can choose permissions for any developer and decide who gains access to each app on the backend. Lets you rebrand the system, which works well if you want to give the clients you are building the app for access to their own view of how their app is performing. Also like the fact it comes with the option of integrated push notifications and an automated executive summary report. See More
Setting up a backend for an app with Kinvey is very easy and takes minutes. All you have to do is sign up and through their graphical interface follow all the steps, which boils down to creating tables and identifying the type of data that is being stored. Then you download the library, integrate it with your app and initialize the process with one single line. See More
User registration with Kinvey is pretty good and usually works without any problems. It's also very easy to use, you simply pass the username, password, email, etc. to the required method and register a callback that returns whether the registration was a success or a failure. Same thing is done for login and logout as well. See More