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I collect games on Steam (not that I have time to play them) but as a student, I don't have much money. On reddit there is an awesome Subreddit called /r/GameDeals, people post any deals on games there. I generally check the page a couple of times a day, however, there are sometimes limited/short-period deals, that only last for a little while. As a solution (Read laziness) I've written this simple server program that notifies me through Pushover© (Say what now?) when there is a new deal.
Pushover works based on user IDs. The /r/GameDeals Notify program scans the Reddit page, and when it finds a new deal it will send a message to the Pushover servers with as key the User ID who should receive it. The pushover servers then send the message to all the devices (apps) that the user has. The app only costs a couple of dollars, so that is nice. As a developer, the service is completely free. There is however a catch: I'm only able to send 7500 messages a month. This sounds like a lot, but you'll reach it pretty fast. Especially if you need to send the message multiple times, due to multiple users. There are 2 options to work around this problem. The first is buying more messages, which counterfeits the whole point of this program, or using 'Groups'. These 'Groups' are just a collection of UserIDs. The program sends the message, with as user the GroupID, and all users will receive the message.
In the following form you can leave behind your name, E-mail & Pushover User ID. I will then add you (manually!) to the group, and you'll start receiving /r/GameDeals messages. These messages are send with sound option = silent and priority = -1.