Notification Hub

An Inbox for your notifications with analytics and more

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Hello Product Hunt! I moved to an Android phone a few months back when I broke my iPhone. I saw that notifications are a big problem of being intrusive in the drawer. Also some notifications weren't important and could be managed later but clutter the notification drawer. We built a unified notification inbox and applied Machine Learning on top of it to prioritise important notifications. It also lets users customise there notification experience and provides analytics. Hope to get some feedback! 😸
@shashwatpradhan very cool! My default for every app on my Galaxy phone is to turn off any sort of notification setting ahah -- and on iPhone, basically on the messaging and on-demand apps get notification privileges 💁
@nivo0o0 yep exactly, even I use to hide most apps notifications on my Android. But now, I keep them hidden in the notification drawer and see them in Notification Hub as per my convenience so that I don't miss on them. (It sometimes is like checking your spam email folder)
This is actually a really neat app, and I think enabling multi-devices (phone & tablet) notification would be a great additional feature. Nice job!
@tsunaze that's a great idea! If we get a good response for this, that can be our next development.
Notification Hub is an inbox your notifications. Features: - All your apps notifications prioritised in one place - Hide non-important notifications from Android's notification drawer - Get a notification summary widget - Graphs & Analytics for your notifications - View notifications by place, time & priority
i just checked it & really helpful
@sunnyua2u thanks! That's great to hear :)
Interesting. I moved from Android to iPhone and I found iOS notifications to be a little too passive (when unlocking the phone, the notification leaves the lock screen)
@ddaalee the problem I found with Android is the drawer is a collapsable list unlike iOS which is scrollable and easier to handle. Plus on Android has all the network, brightness and other shortcuts located above it. I'm sure it would be useful to run some management on iOS notifications but iOS doesn't have those APIs
@shashwatpradhan I think when I used it, the shortcuts were accessed via another button (but I was on a unmodified version of Android). I've seen some people with 10s of notifications unread on my phone which looks unmanageable to me, as I never leave anything more than 3. So maybe I'm not the right audience here aha. One thing that I think iOS needs to implement is the ability to group notifications, Android does this well!
@ddaalee yes stacking notifications is something that Android does great. This app is great for people using plenty of apps especially messengers and social network apps.