Does its job mostly okay, certainly gets rid of static notifications (ie. notifications from apps that don't change over time) - however it doesn't do so well on apps where the text in the notification bar changes. For example. I have the Pebble Time app which reports the connection status of my Pebble watch. If I tell NotifyClean to block the "Your Pebble is Connected" status but none of the others (like "Connecting to Pebble" or "Your Pebble is Disconnected" it will cause an out-of-date notification to remain eg. "Connecting to Pebble" remains on the statusbar after the Pebble is connected (and the statusbar would change to "Your Pebble is Connected" - I've tried all the different notification detect methods and none of them work around this issue. Using CM13 (Android 6.0.1) on a Galaxy S5. -- UPDATE -- So I decided to buy the app to see if any of the extra functionality gets around the above issue. It does. There's a checkbox in the "donate" version that will remove an old notification if a newer one is denied. Donator version also adds regex/wildcard support.
Great Here an idea an option to turn off certain notifications by a word/words would be great for restricting certain notifications by a word
Best notification disabler for rooted android devices.
Create a simple changelog It's a Google Play app. Not in the Xposed repo. People buy "donation" packages. Be professional; submit a changelog when submitting an update.
MIND-BLOWING......... LOVE IT One hell of a job dev, the android notifications used to bugging me a lot. Got rid of them with this little but efficient app. THANKS A LOT...
It can be somewhat tricky to master the many interoperability quirks of this Xposed module and the already really quite good notification taming that comes standard in Marshmallow, but this app offers enough cherries on top to be worth the price of admission; even though I do feel that the price is comparatively high when laid next to the cream of the crop root apps. The UI has a face only its parent could love, and is both unintuitive and illogical in the execution of some of the details. There are bugs, too. For example, changing the ranking of *any* notification results in all status bar app icons being removed on my S7 Edge. Lest this sound like a bad review, NotifyClean is still a useful bit of kit that I'm glad to have on my phone. It just needs a facelift and some love and attention for its design.
See in the app or on website