Im trying to find a way to send notifications both in android and ios but because i have seen other similar questions, i was thinking instead of making a visual notification, to make a sound notification, meaning that every time that we want to notify the user, we can produce at least a sound.
this idea, came to me because i know that glide app are basically a web page and if for example you are watching a video and you close the web browser the sound continues and so maybe its possible to play a sound when the user is not using the app and the app is in the background…
What do you think ?
At the moment, I believe we need a user interaction to make something happen on the device’s side. While your idea is nice, I don’t think it’s doable for now.
This was a good idea and it got me searching. I found this, could be fun to play around with and give it a try https://zapier.com/apps/vybit-notifications/integrations/glide-apps
haha, I read this OP last night and my immediate thought was it is an awful idea
But I’m an old fuddy duddy and I HATE apps that make random noises. I keep my phone permanently on silent mode, so it never makes a single sound.
To be fair, I find them useful for E-commerce apps when I try to catch some nice deals
Other cases, maybe not so much.
the funny part is that i keep my phone on silent mode too but maybe its one way to give some feedback😅
nice job! but we would have to test if it sounds when you’re not in the app.