NotiBox:A quirky app to have better control of your Notifications

NotiBox- An app that lets you rule over your notifications center.


We all had our fair share of headache seeing the piling up notifications. It not very nice to see the notification center(or notification bar) filled up with unnecessary notifications,ads etc. But when we try to clear it, sometimes the needed ones are also cleared away.


Its time to check out NotiBox, a little app that allows you to silence notifications based on your interests. The app allows you to backup & archive notifications so that you can access it at a later time, when it’s more convenient.


It has a ‘Do Not Disturb’ feature that can silence notifications from all apps or for a list of apps which you can select.The DND(Do Not Disturb) feature can be set to be active on specific time like at night or during important meetings.


The app offers a slick timeline view of all the notifications. From the timeline itself, user can mark any notification as Important and add a Reminder/Alarm to it or Share it with friends or even reply to messages without opening the native app, all in just a single tap.


Also the Priority Manager is a neat feature which helps you to set apps which are more important, & notifications from these apps will show up first. The lesser important ones will be pushed down.


Lastly, you can share your notifications (Hmm.. Doesn’t that sound intuitive?) on Whatsapp & Facebook. This means that you can share messages from one Social network to another without any hassles.


And when all these features get packed inside a 3.4MB app, we call it NotiBox 🙂 . It is the brainchild of two Indian women entrepreneurs who took it on them to de-clutter Android user’s lives with notifications. The philosophy behind the product is to respect user’s time and privacy by giving them quick smart controls to manage notifications. 

Download the app from Play Store 

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