Have you ever swept away a notification card by accident? Well, chances are you are, a number of times. If you got annoyed because of it, well, don’t fret, as the Undo Notification app basically allows you to resurrect such notifications.
The Undo Notification app offers different functionality to Android’s Notification History feature
Before we get into it, yes, there is a notification history feature that you can activate on Android, but this app works a bit differently. While the ‘History’ feature on Android allows you to see your past notifications, this app can actually resurrect them.
Let’s say you accidentally swipe something away. All you have to do is open the Undo Notification app, and tap the ‘Undo’ button. There is also the ‘Undo All’ button there, those are the only two actions, basically.
The best of all? This app will return your notification to its original form, with all the quick actions still attached to it. It will be as if you never removed it. There is also a quick action that you can use in your phone’s quick toggles, should you choose to place that shortcut there, of course.
That is basically it when it comes to the functionality of this application. It does one thing, but it does it really well, and it allows you to activate the undo action in several different ways.
The app is not free, but it’s quite cheap
Do note that this application is not free, though. If you’d like to grab the Undo Notification app, you’ll have to part with $1.99. That’s not too bad if swiping away notifications triggers you on a daily basis, of course.
This is a one-time payment, and you’re good to go. You won’t have to deal with ads or anything of the sort. You can check out what the design of this app looks like, and the quick toggle as well. Both images are included below the article.
If you’d like to try out the Undo Notifications app, simply tap the link/button below, and you’ll be redirected to the Play Store listing.