Safari 16 on macOS 13 or later now supports web push — push notifications that use the cross-browser Push API, Notifications API, and Service Worker standards.
This makes sure that the user experience on the different browsers remains the same and there is no extra configuration that would now be required for Safari web pushes to work.
Prompt Example -
Push Notification Example -
Note: Safari browser does not allow the native prompt to appear on page load, the visitor can only be shown the native prompt on an action, like click. That is why we use Bell subscription prompt as fallback.
You can also change the default Bell fallback prompt to Modal in your Subscfribers dashboard settings>prompt> content and style
We also recommend that you use Two Step Prompts for all your browsers to make the user experience better and having an option to re-prompt the user in future if they choose to not receive notifications for now.
Reach our to our team at email@example.com if you have any questions or feedback.