The Promise will be rejected if the app does not have permission to send notifications. Be sure to check the result of Permissions.askAsync(Permissions.NOTIFICATIONS) before attempting to get an Expo push token.
Android only. On Android 8.0+, creates a new notification channel to which local and push notifications may be posted. Channels are visible to your users in the OS Settings app as "categories", and they can change settings or disable notifications entirely on a per-channel basis. NOTE: after calling this method, you may no longer be able to alter the settings for this channel, and cannot fully delete the channel without uninstalling the app. Notification channels are required on Android 8.0+, but use this method with caution and be sure to plan your channels carefully.
You should create a channel for each distinct type of notification you need to send. You can also create notification channels to reflect choices made by users of your app. For example, you can set up separate notification channels for each conversation group created by a user in a messaging app.
On devices with Android 7.1 and below, Expo will "polyfill" channels for you by saving your channel's settings and automatically applying them to any notifications you designate with the channelId.
id (string) -- A unique string to assign as the ID of this channel. When you present notifications later, you will pass this ID in order to associate them with your channel.
channel (object) -- An object with the properties described in ChannelAndroid.
Android only. On Android 8.0+, deletes the notification channel with the given ID. Note that the OS Settings UI will display the number of deleted notification channels to the user as a spam prevention mechanism, so the only way to fully delete a channel is to uninstall the app or clearing all app data.
id (string) -- ID string of the channel to delete.
An object used to describe the local notification that you would like to present or schedule.
title (string) -- title text of the notification
body (string) -- body text of the notification.
data (optional) (object) -- any data that has been attached with the notification.
categoryId (optional) (string) -- ID of the category (first created with Notifications.createCategoryAsync) associated to the notification.
ios (optional) (object) -- notification configuration specific to iOS.
sound (optional) (boolean) -- if true, play a sound. Default: false.
count (optional) (number) -- Number to display in the badge on the app icon. Specify zero to clear the badge.
android (optional) (object) -- notification configuration specific to Android.
channelId (optional, but recommended) (string) -- ID of the channel to post this notification to in Android 8.0+. If null, defaults to the "Default" channel which Expo will automatically create for you. If you don't want Expo to create a default channel, make sure to always specify this field for all notifications.
icon (optional) (string) -- URL of icon to display in notification drawer.
color (optional) (string) -- color of the notification icon in notification drawer.
sticky (optional) (boolean) -- if true, the notification will be sticky and not dismissable by user. The notification must be programmatically dismissed. Default: false.
link (optional) (string) -- external link to open when notification is selected.
An object used to describe an Android notification channel that you would like to create.
name (string) -- user-facing name of the channel (or "category" in the Settings UI). Required.
description (optional) (string) -- user-facing description of the channel, which will be displayed in the Settings UI.
sound (optional) (boolean) -- if true, notifications posted to this channel will play a sound. Default: false.
priority (optional) (min | low | default | high | max) -- Android may present notifications in this channel differently according to the priority. For example, a high priority notification will likely to be shown as a heads-up notification. Note that the Android OS gives no guarantees about the user-facing behavior these abstractions produce -- for example, on many devices, there is no noticeable difference between high and max.
vibrate (optional) (boolean or array) -- if true, vibrate the device whenever a notification is posted to this channel. An array can be supplied instead to customize the vibration pattern, e.g. - [ 0, 500 ] or [ 0, 250, 250, 250 ]. Default: false.
badge (optional) (boolean) -- if true, unread notifications posted to this channel will cause the app launcher icon to be displayed with a badge on Android 8.0+. If false, notifications in this channel will never cause a badge. Default: true.
App Icon Badge Number (iOS)
Returns a promise that resolves to the number that is displayed in a badge on the app icon. This method returns zero when there is no badge (or when on Android).
Sets the number displayed in the app icon's badge to the given number. Setting the number to zero will both clear the badge and the list of notifications in the device's notification center on iOS. On Android this method does nothing.
Standalone App Only
Note: Most people do not need to use this. It is easier to use getExpoPushTokenAsync unless you have a specific reason to need the actual device tokens. We also don't guarantee that the iOS and Android clients will continue expecting the same push notification payload format.
Returns a native APNS, FCM or GCM token that can be used with another push notification service. If firebase cloud messaging is configured on your standalone Android app (see guide here), it will return an FCM token, otherwise it will return a GCM token.
config (object) -- An object with the following fields:
gcmSenderId (string) -- GCM sender ID.
A Promise that resolves to an object with the following fields: