Steps to integrate the sdk to your Xcode - iOS project

Here are the steps for integration. Click on the links below to jump to a particular section.

If you are using Cocopods, skip Step 1 & Step 2 from the above steps and follow the below mentioned Step 1. * Step 1 : Add uninstall pod to Podfile using pod 'Uninstallio', '~> 1.0'

Step 1 : Download the zipped package and unzip the file

Clone this repository

git clone

or download the zipped package.


Unzip the files (if downloaded as a zip).

Step 2 : Attach the Uninstall Library to your project

1. Add static library

Add the files from All Targets in Builds directory to your project. If you are unfamiliar with the process of adding external libraries to your project, then refer to the following steps.

a. Right click anywhere on the project navigator pane and select Add Files to "Your project" menu

Add files to your project

b. Choose the Builds and then the All Targets folder. Select the file "libUninstallManager.a" and Folder "include" and click on "Add" Button on the bottom right button of the window displayed

Add libraries

a. Click on your project folder on the project navigator pane and go to "Build Phases" Tab

b. Expand the "Link Binary With Library" pane.

Link Binaries

c. Click on the '+' button and select * CoreLocation.framework * CoreBluetooth.framework * CoreTelephony.framework * QuartzCore.framework * Security.framework * SystemConfiguration.framework * Ad.Support.framework

and click "Add"

Confugure Libraries

Step 3 : Configure libraries and permissions in the project

Uninstall needs some background capabilities. You need to specify that you’ll use these features in the UIBackgroundModes key in your info plist. We need the following list of permissions

  1. fetch
  2. remote-notification

The easiest way to do this is to use the new Capabilities tab in Xcode 5’s project editor, which includes a Background Modes section for easy configuration of multitasking options as shown below.

Background Modes

Alternatively, you can edit the key manually in the Info.plist file:


You would also need to add the following device capability in the Info.plist file.


Once the permissions are set, we can change the code as shown below.

Step 4 : Add Uninstall methods from library in the project

1. Import

"UninstallManager.h" to your app delegate

2. Add
  [[UninstallManager sharedManager] processLaunchOptions:launchOptions];
  [[UninstallManager sharedManager] startNotifyServicesWithAppToken:<uninstall.io_app_token> secret:<uninstall.io_app_secret>];

  if ([[UIApplication sharedApplication] respondsToSelector:@selector(registerUserNotificationSettings:)])
        [[UIApplication sharedApplication] registerForRemoteNotifications];
        UIUserNotificationSettings *settings = [UIUserNotificationSettings settingsForTypes:(UIUserNotificationTypeBadge | UIUserNotificationTypeSound | UIUserNotificationTypeAlert) categories:nil];
        [[UIApplication sharedApplication] registerUserNotificationSettings:settings];

    } else
        [[UIApplication sharedApplication] registerForRemoteNotificationTypes: (UIRemoteNotificationTypeBadge | UIRemoteNotificationTypeSound | UIRemoteNotificationTypeAlert)];

to the method

- (BOOL)application:(UIApplication *)application didFinishLaunchingWithOptions:
(NSDictionary *)launchOptions

in your AppDelegate.

Note: App Token and App Secret are provided by and is used to uniquely identify your application. If you do not have the token and secret then please drop a mail to to get these credentials for your app.

3. Add
  [[UninstallManager sharedManager] startNotifyServicesWithAppToken:<uninstall.io_app_token> secret:<uninstall.io_app_secret>];

To the method

  - (void)applicationWillEnterForeground:(UIApplication *)application

In your app delegate.

4. Add
    [[UninstallManager sharedManager] registerForPushNotificationUsingDeviceToken:deviceToken];

to the method

-(void) application:(UIApplication *)application didRegisterForRemoteNotificationsWithDeviceToken:(NSData *)deviceToken
5. Add
    [[UninstallManager sharedManager] processRemoteNotification:userInfo];

to the method

- (void)  application:(UIApplication *)application didReceiveRemoteNotification:(NSDictionary *)userInfo
fetchCompletionHandler:(void (^)(UIBackgroundFetchResult))completionHandler

6. Add
    [[UninstallManager sharedManager] startNotifyServicesWithAppToken:<uninstall.io_app_token> secret:<uninstall.io_app_secret>];

to the method

- (void) application:(UIApplication *)application performFetchWithCompletionHandler:(void (^)(UIBackgroundFetchResult))completionHandler
7. Add
    [[UninstallManager sharedManager] didLoseFocus];

to the method objc - (void)applicationDidEnterBackground:(UIApplication *)application

Step 5 : Sending Events Using Uninstall Library

We provide an additional option for you to send us additional events. The events to be sent are to be identified from your side and send accordingly. If you need to send us some events then you would need to do the additional steps as shown below.

1) Unique System User ID and Email ID

Pass the Unique System User ID and Email Id to our SDK. This data will be used to synchronize the ID’s between our systems and also to take certain actions. This needs to done only once. Help code snippet below. This code snippet is to be added where you have obtained the user_id/email for the user in the app

    NSUserDefaults* preferences = [NSUserDefaults standardUserDefaults];
    NSString* isFirstTimeInstall = @"isFirstTimeInstall";
    if([preferences objectForKey: isFirstTimeInstall] == nil)
        [[UninstallManager sharedManager] identify:@"<internal_user_id>" traits:@{@"email": @"<user_email>" }];
    const NSInteger presentLevel = 1;
    [preferences setBool:presentLevel forKey:isFirstTimeInstall];
    [preferences synchronize];

2) App Events

All app events have to be passed to our SDK. Information can be passed in two ways:

a. Via 3rd party platform

If you use any third party analytics platform and supports data extraction via API, then send us the API keys and we will directly extract the information from there. Please check with your product/marketing manager for details on 3rd party platform.

b. Via the App

In case you do not use any 3rd party platform or the platform doesn’t support any API then pass the data to our SDK via our event-capturing feature. Help code snippet below.

 [[UninstallManager sharedManager] track:@"eventName"  properties:@{ @"eventValue": @"Event-Value",@"IDSync": @"ABC1234"}];

Step 6 : Send us your Push certificate for testing

In the Apple Developer Members Center, click on Identifiers under iOS Apps and locate your application in the list. Click on that app which you want to configure. If Push Notifications is disabled (as shown below)

Push configure

Click on 'Edit' button. The following window will be displayed

Create Certificate

Ensure that the checkbox against Push Notifications is checked.

Generate and Download Your Certificate

If you need to enable the Development or Production Push SSL Certificate, choose which certificate to create:

After clicking Create Certificate, you will see the Add iOS Certificate Assistant. Follow the instructions in the assistant and then click Continue.

Using the Certificate Signing request that was just created generate the APNS Push SSL certificate.

Once the Download button appears, you are ready to download. You may need to reload the page for this to update. Download the created certificate.

Download Certificate

Open the certificate. Opening the certificate will open Keychain Access.

In Keychain Access your certificate should be shown under “My Certificates”. The name will be like Apple Push Services:*xxxxxxxx

Open Certificate

Exporting the .p12 file

Select the certificate that was just added to Keychain Access and select File -> Export Items... from the menu. Save the p12 file without any password

Export .p12

When saving the file, use the Personal Information Exchange (.p12) format.

Save .p12

After saving the p12 file, open Terminal in your Mac. Go to the folder in which you have saved the p12 file using cd <path_to_directory> command. Once inside the directory, enter the following command

  openssl pkcs12 -in <input p12 file> -out <output pem file name> -nodes

Eg : openssl pkcs12 -in uiodemo.p12 -out uiodemo.pem -nodes

Convert to pem

The certificate pem file is ready. Please email it to us.

Support or Contact

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