Nap: notification manager

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About this app

🌈🧠 More tranquility and less stress: dismiss your notifications and check them later.

🧰 Use Nap to:
• save your notifications — keep a notification history log for all your applications
• schedule naps:
◦ naps allow you to automatically dismiss notifications of selected applications
◦ by the end of each nap, you receive a summary of all the dismissed notifications
◦ for each nap, you can configure which interruptions are allowed and automatically change your device’s 'Do Not Disturb' mode
• snooze notifications — create a reminder for later and dismiss notifications
• star notifications — check notifications later in the ‘Saved’ feed
• create personalized feeds — filter your notifications by application, sorted by date and time
• search notifications by their content or application

🔒 Nap respects your privacy:
• Nap does not have Internet access
• Nap does not require, collect, or track any identifiable or personal information
• Nap does not have ads
• Nap uses Google Play Services to process purchases, backup data, and collect Error Data
• Sensitive Data: Nap stores data of your notifications and applications installed in your device
• Sensitive Data is stored locally in your device
• Nap supports Android's Auto Backup feature that may automatically back up Sensitive Data to your Google Drive
• Before Nap can read your notifications, you must grant it access in Android's Notification Access page
• Error Data: Nap collects data for handled and unhandled errors (crashes)
• Unhandled errors are collected by Google Play Services. Their data may include information of your device and Nap and its usage
• Review Nap's Privacy Policy at

ℹ️ About:
• Nap was created and is developed by João Martins Costa
◦ follow João at:
◦ follow Nap at:
• Nap is free and will never have ads. Development is supported by you

❤️ A huge thank you to everyone who is supporting or has supported Nap development!
Updated on
May 6, 2024

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Ratings and reviews

236 reviews
Colleen McKenzie
April 16, 2024
Fantastic app, and the only one like it I've found! I live by my notifications, and if I accidentally dismiss one, I never remember to respond to the message that generated it. Nap lets me add specific notifications back to the notification pane, like un-archiving an email, so I can keep living by that notification list. Ran into one bug with the app last year, and the developer was very responsive in helping troubleshoot too!
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April 16, 2024
Thank you so much for your review and kind words!
Alex Tregubov
May 16, 2023
So far it's good. One thing I don't like is that it shows the number of dismissed notifications in its own notification, because the bigger the number grows, the more tempting it is to check notifications. Would appreciate a feature to change that text to something like "Dismissed notifications from Discord, Telegram, Mail" or even just "There are dismissed notifications". (I know I can just block the notification from system settings, but I need action buttons to be instantly accessible too)
5 people found this review helpful
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May 16, 2023
Hello, Alex. That's good feedback and I also feel that from time to time. Unfortunately, Nap development is on halt for the time being. So, if that's something really important to you, I advise you to look into an alternative to Nap. Thank you for your review and feedback, I appreciate it!
A Google user
May 27, 2019
I've been looking for this for so long. An app that can hide only certain app's notifications, AND a way to accurately reschedule the "Snoozing" of apps (instead of a default Samsung 15, 30 mins, 1 or 2 hours). Seems early in its life but more people should be using this to help it grow! I'd really like to see a way to set a timer to disable a nap after a set time, rather than just on a schedule. Would be handy for meetings.
6 people found this review helpful