Local Notifications

Local Notifications are reminders which show up on your screen after the app becomes inactive for a specific amount of time.

private void OnPermissionGranted() {
    // Success
    Enhance.EnableLocalNotification("Game", "Play me!", 60);

private void OnPermissionRefused() {
    // Failure



void Enhance.RequestLocalNotificationPermission(
    Action onPermissionGrantedCallback,
    Action onPermissionRefusedCallback

Request a permission from the user to show local notifications. This won't have any effect on Android devices as you don't need a permission to schedule local notifications there (the successful callback will be still fired).


Action  onPermissionGrantedCallback - Called when a permission to schedule local notifications is granted or not required.

Action  onPermissionRefusedCallback - Called when a permission to schedule local notifications is refused. Trying to enable a notification will not have any effect.


void Enhance.EnableLocalNotification(
    string title,
    string message,
    int delay

Schedule a new local notification, if possible. The notification will persist until you disable it manually. For example, if you set a notification for 60 seconds, it will invoke this notification 60 seconds after the app is closed, every time.


string  title - Title (header) of the notification.

string  message - Message (body) of the notification.

int  delay - Delay of the notification (how long to wait after app becomes inactive). Use seconds.


void Enhance.DisableLocalNotification()

Disable any local notification that was previously enabled.