Send iOS push notifications from WordPress

The missing browser notifications for iOS (iPhone & iPad)


Wise Notifications WordPress plugin

Web notifications, or browser notifications, are not supported by iOS devices, such as iPhone or iPad. Even if you use other services to send browser notifications, this is not possible for iOS. The Wise Notifications plugin allows you to send push notifications to your iPhone/iPad visitors through our iOS App. Your visitors can easily subscribe: it takes only one tap to subscribe for push notifications if they have the Wise Notifications iOS app installed or two taps if they don't.


Better than newsletters

Push notifications have a better engagement rate - increased CTR, are easy to subscribe to - one tap is enough, can be more anonymous.


Push notifications for iOS

Around 29% of site visitors from the USA are using iOS¹. That means that even if you are currently using browser notifications, you are missing almost 1/3 of your audience.

Did you know that recent study² by the University of Chicago found that there is a correlation between iPhone/iPad ownership and wealth, namely no individual brand is as predictive of being high-income as owning an Apple iPhone? So, to send push notifications to iOS devices could prove very productive with a great ROI.


How it works

Your iOS visitors subscribe on your site and receive your notifications via Wise Notifications App every time you publish a new post.


Add your domain and complete the 5 minutes step by step setup guide.


A widget is automatically added to your website so the iOS users can subscribe to your notifications.


Every time you create a new post, the subscribers get your push notification.

PRO TIP: if you use OneSignal WordPress plugin to send browser notifications, then Wise Notifications plugin will send iOS push notifications considering your OneSignal plugin settings. That,Every time OneSignal sends a browser notification, an iOS push notification will also be sent by the Wise Notifications plugin.

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