Last month I mentioned a nice open source library allowing you to automatically present users with notes after updates.
Here’s another library that provides a nice way to communicate with users allowing you to easily set up automatic local notifications with called ACPreminder from Antonio Casero.
ACPReminder allows you easily create messages with an array, specify time periods between messages, and randomly select message to show if desired.
Here’s an example from the readme showing how to create some local notifications with ACPReminder:
localNotifications.messages = @[@"Hey - This potion's really odd. Come and See", @"Your Village miss you"", @"Did you know our new features?"];
localNotifications.timePeriods = @[@(7),@(10)];
localNotifications.appDomain = @"com.mydomain.appName";
You can clone the Git repository from Github here:
You can find ACPReminder on Github here.
A nice easy way to set up local notifications for marketing purposes.
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