Here is the curated list of 4 Best Free Android Notification Backup Apps.
If you’re looking for ways to backup notifications in case you dismiss them accidentally or for later use, then use these apps to do so automatically. Some of these apps also have unique features like Do-not-disturb mode, mark notifications as important, add notifications to your to-do list, set reminders, share notifications, and much more.
Notibox i s definitely one of the best notification backup app for Android. It automatically backs up notifications from all the apps or you can select your own app preferences from the settings. That means you can select your own apps for which you want this app to backup notifications. You can also customize the backup period either as All, 1 Week, 1 Month, and 6 Months. If you wish to enable backup of system and handset related notifications, then simply go to the settings and enable “System Notifications”.
All your notifications are stored and safe within the app, even after you’ve dismissed them from the status bar. You can view, share via Facebook, WhatsApp, Email, etc., and set reminders for each notification backed up by this app. It also allows you to mark any notification as important such that it will be sorted and easily accessible on the “Important Notifications” tab. But what makes this app unique and interesting is that the Do-not-disturb mode. You can use this feature to disable annoying notifications from specific apps, but at the same time keep them backed up. Sounds interesting, isn’t it.
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Notification Backup is a free Android app that allows notification backup, view notification history, and block specific app notifications. You can use this app for backing up all the notifications of your phone into the cloud in real-time. It lets you back up notifications for Facebook, Gmail, Facebook Messenger, KakaoTalk, Viber, Hangouts, Messages, Skype, Phone Call, YouTube, WhatsApp, WeChat, Line, Talkray, WePhone, Imo, and much more. To backup all the notifications, all you need to do is install the app and register on the homepage of this app. After that, all your notifications will get automatically backed up on the cloud storage (server) of this app. That means whenever you want to check out notifications, simply go to the homepage and login to view all the backed up notifications.
You can browse your backed up notification from the browser of any device you want, as it supports multi devices. To keep your notifications secure, it doesn’t allow you to view notifications within the app which means you can only view them on the website. In addition to that, it also allows you to search, view, manage and filter all the notification history on the website of this app. Another unique feature of this app is that it lets you block notifications from any specific app of your choice.
Notifications Logger is another useful and free Android app that helps you keep track of all your notifications, such that you can view them later. The best part of this app is that it also allows you to backup the notifications on the SD card and restore them when required. No more worries about the notifications which you might have dismissed accidentally, as this app makes a record of all the notifications landed on your phone. The recorded notifications are listed in a chronological order and can also be grouped or filtered by the apps.
Another great feature of this app is that it also allows you to block notifications from any particular keyword or app by adding them to the “Ignore List”. The notifications are recorded and saved automatically and can be backed up and restored with ease. Choose the backup option and select any folder on the SD card, that’s all your notifications will be backed up instantly. It supports notifications from pre-installed apps as well as the downloaded third-party apps.
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Notification History Master is a free app for Android that records and backup all the notifications for Phone Calls, Messages, Social Apps, System activities, installation report of apps, and much more. The notifications are automatically backed up and are made available for you to view them later within the app. Whatever notifications you dismiss from the notification bar of your phone, no matter how old will always be backed up and available inside this app. The feature which makes this app unique from other notification backup apps is that it also records SMS which you can browse and read later. No more opening each app to view notifications as this app stores all the notification from different apps at one place.
All the notifications are listed in two different tabs named, Today and Category. In Today tab, every single notification is shown whereas, in the Category tab, the notifications are grouped by the respective category. In addition to that, you can also add any notification to your to-do list, mark as important, ignore notification from specific apps, and share notifications with others. Simply tap and hold on any notification and select the respective option as shown in the above screenshot.
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My Final Verdict:
The above listed apps are probably the best Android notification backup apps which you can use to backup all your notifications. Personally, I like “Notibox- Notification Backup” because it allows you to choose apps from which you want to backup notifications using the app preferences feature. Not only that, it also comes with a unique feature called “Do-not-disturb”, which disables notifications from specific apps, but also backs up the notifications at the same time.