What is background push notification?

A push notification is a message that pops up on a mobile device. App publishers can send them at any time; users don’t have to be in the app or using their devices to receive them. Each mobile platform has support for push notifications — iOS, Android, Fire OS, Windows and BlackBerry all have their own services.
A background notification is a remote notification that doesn’t display an alert, play a sound, or badge your app’s icon. It wakes your app in the background and gives it time to initiate downloads from your server and update its content.
Silent Push Notifications. Silent notifications allow you to notify your app in the background when important events occur. You should ensure there are no title or alert fields set within the Android Push Object as it will cause errors when send_to_sync is set to true .
Each notification your provider server sends to the Apple Push Notification service (APNs) includes a payload. The payload contains any custom data that you want to send to your app and includes information about how the system should notify the user.

Secondly, what is Web push notification? Web push notifications are messages that come from a website. You get them on your desktop or device even when the concerned web page is not open in your browser. They are a brand new/ nascent marketing channel to re engage your visitors without knowing their email or other contact details.

What is the difference between push and pull notifications?

What is the difference between a push notification and a text message?

What is the difference between push and text notification?

Do push notifications use data?

Should you use push notifications?

What push message means?

What are local notifications?

What is silent and minimized notification?

What is device token in Apple Push Notification?

How do I get notifications without sound?

Can I send push notifications without an app?

What is the push notification on iPhone?