A push notification is the delivery of information or a
message from a software application to a mobile device, without a specific request from
the client. Push notifications can
notify an end user about motion detected events on their phone or mobile
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When a camera associated with your account detects motion, your phone or other mobile device
receives a notification about the event. The notification includes when the event happened and
which camera detected movement.
Push notifications can be set up for each camera, and
you can assign a notification schedule to the camera so that you only receive notifications
during the specified days and times.
Each camera can have multiple notification
schedules, which are easily modified, enabled, or disabled as required.
Push notifications can be used to quickly open the video at the motion detected bookmark in
the Stratocast™ mobile app.
The following examples show the iOS or Android push notifications that are sent (if
configured) when a camera detects motion.