One of the required steps for enabling push notifications is creating a Firebase account. If you already have one, see how to create push notifications in iOS or in Android.

Firebase is a Google product that simplifies the development of mobile apps by providing out-of-the-box solutions for common mobile development tasks. Internally, we use Firebase to send and receive push notifications in our mobile apps. Due to the way Firebase works, it's necessary to create a separate account and Firebase "project". So, the first step to enable push notifications in your white label app is setting up a Firebase account and project for your app. Firebase is completely free.

Navigate to and sign in in the top right hand of the page.

After creating an account and signing in, create a project by clicking the "Add Project" button.

Fill out the highlighted fields in the window that pops up. Name your project anything you want. Click the "Create Project" button.

Once the project has been created, you'll be taken to the page below to configure various settings to enable push notifications in your white label apps for Android and iOS.

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