After you select a particular application from the "Notifications" menu, toggle the "Badge App Icon" button to the "On" position if you want to see its badges.Pushing is the process by which your i Phone searches for new information in your applications or mail accounts.If you do not have or do not plan to have other ways of altering your app’s badge count, you should add the following code to your app’s Please note that setting the badge number to 0 will also clear up notifications in the notification center.So even if you don’t set badge number in push payloads, you can still set the badge number to 0 to remove the push notification(s) in the notification center after users clicked on the push.If that doesn't help, feel free to ask follow up questions in this discussion.Best, Marion property or through the remote notification payload.I use i for mail on OS X (10.9) and on both i Pad and i Phone (i OS 7.0.4). It only clears the new mail number and dots next to unread items after I make Mail the active window.
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If you use the stock Mail application on your i Phone or i Pad, you may have experienced a mysterious occurrence where the Mail app icon will display a red badge telling you there are unread emails when there actually aren’t any.
No matter what you do, it seems that up can’t clear that inaccurate number of unread emails.
If you have turned off the badge notifications for an application inadvertently, or the application's default setting is to have badges disabled, you won't receive badge alerts for that application.
Check an application's badge settings by going to the "Settings" application and tapping "Notifications" at the top of the screen.