The Airship Unity Plugin allows a developer to integrate push notification services with Unity apps targeting both Android and iOS. This plugin is designed to be cross-platform, and applications making use of it can leverage the same code on both platforms.
- Unity 5
- iOS: Xcode 10+
- Android: Android SDK installed and updated (requires Android MinSdkVersion = 16)
Download the latest plugin
and import the
unitypackage into the unity project:
Open Assets -> Import Package -> Custom Package.
Configure Airship Settings:
Open Window -> Airship -> Settings and set the Airship settings.
After generating a project for iOS, enable Push Notifications in the project editor's Capabilities pane:
After adding the Push Notifications capability, download the Android Firebase configuration
google-services.json from the application's Firebase console into the
If your Unity application does not have an associated application in the Firebase console, follow the FCM setup instructions to set one up.
Notification Service Extension
In order to take advantage of iOS 10 notification attachments, such as images, animated gifs, and video, you will need to create a notification service extension by following the iOS Notification Service Extension Guide.
Send Your First Push Notification
At this point in the guide, if you followed all the steps above you should be ready to send a test push notification to verify everything is set up properly.
Before sending a push, you must enable user notifications. The module does not enable user notifications by default in order to avoid prompting the user for permissions. But for a testing purposes, you can enable user notifications as soon as the application is ready. You may also want to set default foreground presentation options to display the notification in the foreground on iOS 10. On older iOS devices, make sure you background the app before sending the push.
UAirship.Shared.UserNotificationsEnabled = true;