Excellent Job!!! Excellent Job Works better than advertised!!!
Notify clean It does a great job keeping my notification panel from being crammed up and then after I purchased the donated version check out the other things you can do there ain't nothing on the market like it, there is not another application on the market that does a better job.
It's great, only one thing I wonder to add Could we get a notification count for each app listed? I want to easily scout out which apps are generating notifications so much, instead of guessing.
Excellent Works well just like all your other apps
SLOWS phone down horribly; works only intermittently on Verizon Galaxy S5 This app is a great idea. I bought it to stop the annoying Verizon software update notifications on my Galaxy S5. But it doesn't really work. It only stops maybe one out of five of those notifications, and only intermittently stops the other notifications that I specified it should stop - such as "Charging Complete" that would come on at 2am, with a beep (brilliant! I've found Titanium's app freezer function much more effective). Perhaps the implementation is overlooking something? Most damaging, when I installed it, my phone slowed down horribly. It became very insensitive to touch, very slow to respond, almost unresponsive sometime. A lucky guess made me uninstall this app, and my phone sprang to life. Yes, Xposed is useful to me (tethering!), but this app was not worth the slowdown. Perhaps it is linked to it trying to monitor EVERY notification- it found over 600 in one category in just a few days. Perhaps I am missing something, but perhaps the developer could address this problem that surely is not happening to me alone?
Great app!!! I am so glad I found this app! It works to scrub notifications that I don't want, including pesky ones (like wifi notification) that won't go away even with editing in the sqlite db. Purchased the donate version to support the developer! Get it!
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