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iOS should let apps other than Apple's to have persistent notifications.  



Reminders, Calendars etc are the only few apps which can have persistent notifications. No other app is allowed. I don't know why apple can't put it behind a permission. There are plenty of productivity apps like Todoist, Fantastical, Evernote which will benefit from this.

The first party apps are sufficient for a lot of people and the needs of the rest can be fulfilled by the plethora of options in the app store. Why deprive this group of their productivity workflows?

I’m not sure what you mean by persistent notification?

Can you explain the difference between what Apple can do vs other apps?

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Third party apps can't do this; they can notify you once. If you miss it or don't act on it, you have to open de notification center thingy to still see it.