WHAT ARE PUSH NOTIFICATIONS?

Push Notifications iOS

Push Notifications Android

Push notifications are a communication channel built into every mobile device sold today. Push notifications allow apps to reach out to users with short messages that users may respond to.

Users today have a hard time remembering what apps they even have on their device. Notifications help these services deliver timely and relevant information to users, and in doing so, staying top of mind.

A recent study showed that mobile users receive an average of 63.5 notifications per day, with most notifications coming from messaging and email applications. Push notifications at their core are simply a way of alerting users to information that they have opted-in to from apps and services.

Notifications encompass nearly every possible use case and type of service, including other communications mediums like email, SMS, and VoIP. Three basic types of notifications: 

  • Transactional,
  • System,
  • User notifications.

How to Use Push Notifications on Your Mobile Phone and What Are the Advantages?

Mobile Notifications are notifications for applications that you have downloaded on your mobile device or tablet. Mobile notifications require users to opt-in to notifications and then will show up on the device’s lock screen and notification center.

You don’t need to install any mobile app:

Web push notifications work exactly like the native mobile push. So, you don’t have to install a mobile app just to get the benefit of native push notifications on your mobile.

Engage without the need of your contact details:

Web push notifications don’t collect any personal information like the email or other contact details from the user, in order to work.

How to Enable Learning Mind’s Push Notifications?

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How to Disable Learning Mind’s Push Notifications?

What to do if you want to unsubscribe from our push notifications?
The videos below provide a guide to disabling push notifications depending on your device:
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iOS

If you are using an IOS mobile device, watch the video on the left:

Android

If you are using an Android mobile device:

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