How do I stop receiving Twitter/Facebook notifications on my iPad?

All third-party apps that feature Notifications will ask your permission to send them to your iPad or iPhone when they're originally installed to your device. Luckily you can disable Notifications from third-party apps if you grant them permission. Sometimes you may do this because it seemed like a good idea in the beginning, or you just accidentally hit Yes on the pop-up when using an app for the first time. Here's how to disable Notifications from any third-party app installed on your device:

  1. Open the Settings app on your iPod touch, iPhone or iPad.
  2. Tap Notifications.
  3. Scroll down until you see the app you want to block and tap that app's panel.
  4. Tap the Allow Notifications slider so it is OFF/WHITE.

This will stop any app from sending your banner Notifications to your iOS device.

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