The Push Notifications feature allows sending push messages to users who have installed your app.

There is a difference when it comes to creating an app with Push Notification services in jQuery Mobile and Ionic apps.

In a jQuery Mobile app, all Push Notification services are created automatically, while in an Ionic 5 app, importing the Apperyio Push plug-in with the further invoking its PushRegisterDevice service is needed to register a device in Apple/Google push services and add it to the database.


Want to know more?

Please check out this document to learn how to add the predefined Push Notification services your Ionic 5 mobile app.

You are free to check out our quickstart tutorials to learn how to configure and send push messages:


Sending Push Notifications

To send a Push Notifications message, the app must be installed on the device (Cordova/PhoneGap app).

While Push Notification messages be cannot delivered when running the app with the Tester app, you are free to use Live Debug builds for testing pushes.

  • Before Push notifications can be sent, the service needs to be enabled in the app and in the backend services (server). Please check this link to find more details.

  • Also, there are many options available for configuring Push Notifications. This page will provide you with how to customize the push messages you want to send to your users.