How to turn off Notifications for Apps in iphone

Apple’s Notification Center uses a combination of banners, pop-ups, badges, sounds and vibrations to alert the iPhone user of any new message or reminders, so that he/she does not miss out on anything. However, there may be Apps which constantly notify you with unnecessary alert and this can be annoying. Apple allows you to customize your notification setting for each app, therefore you can simply turn off notifications for those annoying apps.

Apple notifies you in different ways via pop-ups or badges or on your lock screen, all of which can be turned off with a few easy steps 🙂

How to turn off Lock Screen alert notification –

Step 1. Open ‘ Settings ‘.

Step 2. Tap on ‘Notifications‘.turn off Notifications for Apps in iphone

Step 3. Select the app whose notification alert you want to disable.

Step 4. Turn off the switch next to ‘ Show on Lock Screen ‘.

turn off Notifications for Apps in iphone

Disable Banners and Pop-up Alerts

Step 1. Open ‘ Settings ‘.

Step 2. Tap on ‘Notification‘.
Turn off Notifications for Apps in iphone

Step 3. Select the app whose notification alert you want to disable.

Step 4. At the bottom under ‘ Alert Style ‘, tap ‘ None ‘.

Turn off Notifications for Apps in iphone

Disable Sounds

Step 1. Open ‘ Settings ‘.

Step 2. Tap on ‘Notifications‘.

Turn off Notifications for Apps in iphone

Step 3. Select the app whose notification alert you want to disable.

Step 4. Turn off the switch next to ‘ Sounds ‘. This will disable any vibration associated with the alert.

Turn off Notifications for Apps in iphone

Or if you want to completely disable notifications of a certain app then follow the same first few steps mentioned above. After selecting the app, turn off the white switch next to ‘ Allow Notifications ‘.

Turn off Notifications for Apps in iphone

FAQ

* Is it the same process for Turning Off notifications in iPhone 7 & iPhone 7 plus?

Yes

* Is there a way to consolidate all the notifications for each app & show in one shot?

No, you have to consolidate notifications for each app individually.

* Does continues app push notifications, drain my battery?

Yes, Push notification use sounds and vibration therefore battery consumption is inevitable.

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