Time and again I have mentioned in my previous articles about the customizability and flexibility of Android OS, all due to its open source nature. As Android is an open source OS, naturally it attracts a lot of developers and tech enthusiasts alike. Moreover, Android has all the bells and whistles covered, be it a casual user or an advanced user. Furthermore, in this article I would like to focus on one of many great features available on Android, that is the notifications system. Notification History Log can restore the accidentally deleted notifications back. It is of no doubt that the notifications system on Android is by far the best out there. It has functions such as quick reply, notification expansion, and block to name a few. However, one feature that would be really useful to have would be the ability to get back the notifications that were accidentally cleared off from the notification shade. Today, I would like to take a look at an app called Notification History Log that exactly does let u get back the notifications you accidentally cleared off from the notification shade. There are times when you would just dismiss the notification without acknowledging them, in order to just keep the notification shade free from clutter. However, later when you decide that you would want to get back to your notifications, the notification isn't just there for you. The app shows the history of the notifications you received an advanced history that includes full-fledged details of any particular notification. Must Read: Get LG V30’s Floating Bar Feature with Floating Bar LG V30 App
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