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In-App Replies Callbacks for Android

Covered here is how to set up the callback that fires with every new message received for your Android apps.


Avoiding Memory Leaks

These APIs hold the callbacks in a strong reference, so we strongly suggest to avoid registering callbacks without unregistering them when needed, as it may cause a memory leak.

New Received Message

This block is executed each time a new message is received. This can be used to show your own UI when a new message is received.

Replies.setOnNewReplyReceivedCallback(new Runnable() {
  public void run() {
    //Show an alert to notify users about a new message.
Replies.setOnNewReplyReceivedCallback {
            //Show an alert to notify users about a new message.

What’s Next

You can set custom data, such as a user attribute, at any time, including inside callbacks. Logging user events in callbacks is possible as well.