Does PushWoosh automatically check the APNS feedback service before sending push notifications to bad tokens/devices?

For each device that has not been reregistered, stop sending notifications. APNs monitors providers for their diligence in checking the feedback service and refraining from sending push notifications to nonexistent applications on devices.

If it does, do you give us an error response when we try to send to a device token that is no longer valid?

asked 23 May '14, 03:29
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The process goes roughly like this: when you send a notification, APNs returns us a list of invalid push tokens. When our servers receive it, we remove those tokens from our database, thus decreasing the subscribers counter for your application. In the report of the push notification you can see "Invalid token" error.

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answered 26 May '14, 11:44
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