Here’s how you can turn off push Notifications for a particular app on the iPhone

You keep getting notifications from Facebook or a game. In this case, you may want to adjust the settings for your app notifications. To do this, you can go to either the app’s settings or the notification settings on your device. These notifications are called push notifications, as your iPhone notifies you even if the app is not in use. The good news is that you can choose which apps are allowed to send you notifications and which apps can wait until you have time to check them. In this post, we are going to cover how to turn off push notifications for a particular app on iPhone.

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Steps to turn off push notifications for a particular app

Step 1: First and foremost, you will need to go to Settings.

Step 2: You need to tap Notifications, and then scroll down to the last section.

Step 3: You are now presented with a list of all the apps on your iPhone. From here, tap the app that you would like to modify.

  • Flick the Allow Notifications toggle OFF to revoke all notifications.
  • Choose how the app sends you notifications: Show in Notification Center, Sounds, Badge App Icon, and Show on Lock Screen.
  • Choose what kind of notifications you get below the Alert Style When Unlocked

Another method to turn off push Notifications for a particular app is to launch the app itself, head to over settings, and tap Notifications. From here, you can adjust the settings for your app notifications according to your preference.

That’s all there is to it. If you have any questions or concerns about how to turn off push Notifications for a particular app on the iPhone, be sure to drop them in the comments section below, and we’ll try to troubleshoot your issue!

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