If you want to build personal customer profiles, PushBots will provide you with an easy API to do this. 

For Web

//Async calls
PB.q.push(["f_name", "John"]);
PB.q.push(["l_name", "Smith"]);
PB.q.push(["name", "John Smith"]);
PB.q.push(["email", "john@smith.com"]);
PB.q.push(["gender", "M"]);
PB.q.push(["age", "1988"]);

//Sync calls
PB.f_name("John");
PB.l_name("Smith");
PB.name("John Smith");
PB.email("john@smith.com");
PB.gender("M") // or F
PB.age("1988") // year of birth

For Android 

Pushbots.sharedInstance().setName("John Smith");
Pushbots.sharedInstance().setFirstName("John");
Pushbots.sharedInstance().setLastName("Smith");
Pushbots.sharedInstance().setEmail("john@smith.com");//Must be valid email
Pushbots.sharedInstance().setGender("M"); // M=> male /F=> female/ O=> other
Pushbots.sharedInstance().setPhone("+2010012345678"); // Must be valid phone

For iOS 

Objective-C:

[Pushbots setName:@"John smith"];
[Pushbots setFirstName:@"John"];
[Pushbots setLastName:@"smith"];
[Pushbots setEmail:@"j.smith@gmail.com"];
[Pushbots setGender:@"M"];
[Pushbots setPhone:@"+000"];


Swift:

Pushbots.setName("John smith")
Pushbots.setFirstName("John")
Pushbots.setLastName("smith")
Pushbots.setEmail("j.smith@gmail.com")
Pushbots.setGender("M")
Pushbots.setPhone("+000")
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