This document links to various articles that describe how to use Iterable to send push notifications to iOS and Android devices.
With Iterable, you can send standard push notifications that display a visual notification, and silent notifications that pass data to your app and potentially trigger a background task.
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Setting up your mobile apps
To configure your mobile apps to receive push notifications, first work with your mobile engineers add Iterable's mobile SDKs (iOS, Android, or React Native) to your apps and configure them appropriately. If you'll be sending silent push notifications, be sure to configure your apps to handle those, too.
For more information, read:
Mobile apps can receive push notifications without the SDKs, but using them simplifies the implementation.
Sending push notification campaigns
To learn how to send push notification campaigns, read:
- Creating Push Notification Templates
- Sending or Scheduling a Blast Campaign
- Activating a Triggered Campaign
Sending push notifications from journeys
To learn how to send push notifications from journeys, read:
For general information about how Iterable captures campaign-related events, read Events Overview.
To learn about metrics associated with push notification campaigns, read Push Campaign Metrics.