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 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
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◦ 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
Apr 21, 2021

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169 reviews
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.
5 people found this review helpful
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May 28, 2019
Thank you for your support, Codi! After the next update we will try to fit that feature into our roadmap. We hope Nap continues being helpful to you.
A Google user
November 13, 2019
I can not find enough complimentary words to write about this application nor about the developer Leao. The application is a Many-In-One app and works flawlessly. ----- I am thrilled to find a reminder companion for my Google Calendar. It is very easy to set up a snooze and one can pick from presets or make a very specific length to snooze for. From 1 minute to 100 years. I find the notification history great. It is good to be able to go back & read the notification I just swiped away by mistake. It keeps them for a long or short as you would like. I also appreciate being able to make certain notifications not bother me. There are a bunch more features. I recommend installing and exploring this compact & powerful app. PS: I had a few questions and wrote the developer, Leao. I received a quick and very helpful reply. That's a treat in the Play Store app word! Thanks Leao for creating this app and sharing it!
6 people found this review helpful
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November 13, 2019
Thank you very much for your review and kind words, Paul. While there is still a lot of room for improvement, but reviews like yours validate the work I'm doing in Nap. I hope Nap can keep being helpful to you in the long term.
Ed C.
January 20, 2021
I really like this app so far. It is definitely keeping track of every notification and other things (similar to an event log). Neat features, filters, and options. I suspect I'll come back and rate it 5 stars. Update: still like the app. Updated to 5 stars. Update Jan 2021: my phone updated to Android 11, which offers notification history. However it just provides that history and does not allow for snoozing notifications or filter/find, etc. Therefore, I still consider this Nap app crucial.
5 people found this review helpful
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January 20, 2021
Hello Ed, thank you for your review. I'm in the middle of a big update to the back end that will fix many bugs and make Nap more stable. I hope you'll stick around until then at least. Update Jan 2021: thank you very much for your update, Ed! I really appreciate it.

What's new

• New:
◦ Internet permission no longer required
◦ Local error logs
• Improve:
◦ Workflow to create feeds
◦ Interface to select applications
◦ Multiple minor UI details
◦ Application lifecycle
• Fix:
◦ Issues and inconsistencies with uninstalled applications
◦ Database workflow and stability