If i save the device token on a localstorage, i could avoid each time to initialize pushwoosh, is this possible?

asked 20 Apr '16, 19:36
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Hello!

First of all, please note that Pushwoosh SDK is responsible for receiving pushes that were sent to the device. Therefore, it is necessary to have the Pushwoosh SDK initialized in your app all the time.

Also, please note that push tokens may expire from time to time, however, regular /registerDevice calls from your device allow to have the push token always valid.

Regards, Paul

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answered 22 Apr '16, 09:28
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