Sorry, Tweetlogix does not offer its own push notification service. However, iOS 7 users can enable a Background Refresh feature for infrequent local notifications. Learn more about background refresh.
Background Refresh is a feature of iOS 7 which enables apps to occasionally awaken from a suspended state to refresh themselves. In Tweetlogix 2.3, you can enable background refresh for Twitter Mentions and Direct Messages. If new items are received during a background refresh, Tweetlogix will post iOS local notifications to Notification Center and update the Tweetlogix app badge.
Unlike iOS push notifications, background refresh occurs locally on your device and is invoked by iOS 7 at irregular intervals. This means that these notifications are not instantaneous and background refreshes occur only at times determined by iOS.
Most Twitter authentication problems can be resolved in Tweetlogix by logging in again to your existing account from the main Accounts view. You don’t need to delete your account, just tap + on the Accounts view and log in again with your existing username. This will re-authenticate your existing account.
Below are the steps to configure Boxcar 2 to open Tweetlogix. To learn more about Boxcar, checkout Boxcar in the App Store.
Twitter enforces a rate limit for third party apps which restricts the number of Twitter API requests that can be performed within the app for each user account. An API request can be thought of as a single Twitter operation, such as refreshing a timeline or sending a tweet.