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Notifications archive / history

Publisher: Difer
Price: Free with In App Purchases

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App Description

If you want to remember recent notifications. Read those that have already disappeared from your status bar. This app remembers them for a bit longer.

The archive remembers notifications, grouped by application (including system applications). You can filter / ignore applications (longer press).

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700 ratings

Was very good, but with their newest ads it's become functionally unusable (on top of it appearing to have stopped saving notifications arbitrarily)

Sep 12, 2021

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