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Showing a popup message when iOS app stops working  RSS feed

 
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I am leading a team of software developers and we are developing a mobile App which is presently targeted on both iOS and Android mobile devices. In Android, when the App is not responding, a popup message is displayed (Refer screen shot in the URL below).

http://postimg.org/image/4hr48vf69/

The Android developer informed me that its a built in feature of Android and he did not write any code to show this message. Our iOS developer told us that when an iOS App is not responding, iOS does not display any message and control goes directly back to the home screen of the phone. Also he does not know how to trap that notification to show a similar popup message. We want to maintain consistency of functionality between Android and iOS Apps. Could somebody help me in knowing how this can be done in iOS.

Thanks for your help.
Mahesh
 
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