Since PushWoosh support has stopped responding to me, I though I would try this here.

On iOS, we are receiving in-app notifications when the application is active, even though we do not have any code to do so. According to the PushWoosh documentation, we would need to handle a specifc event and choose to display an alert when the app is active.

Anyone else have this happening? We are using the cordova plugin. I have also submitted an issue over there with no response.

https://github.com/Pushwoosh/pushwoosh-phonegap-3.0-plugin/issues/35

asked 05 Aug '14, 19:35
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I've suddenly begun having the same problem. Previously, if the app was active, the user did not see anything. Now, out of the blue if the user gets a notification while the app is active, the notification popups up in the user's face.

How did this happen out of the blue?

Did you ever get yours resolved?

UPDATE: Figured it out. Instructions here : http://calendee.com/2015/01/11/disabling-push-notifications-in-active-app/

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Thank you! Closing this thread.
Instructions here : http://calendee.com/2015/01/11/disabling-push-notifications-in-active-app/

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