Manage Push Notifications Google Chrome

10 years ago with iOS 3, Apple introduced APNS that is called Apple Push Notification Service. We don’t know then one day we get annoyed by this technology.

Apple not just introduced APNS but making it publicly available that opens the door for many developers to introduce their version of Push Notification service. The result is Just after a year; Google launches their version of Push Notification Service called Android Cloud to Divide Messaging. Today, In the online market, there are a range of companies giving Push Notification Service. Some of the popular ones include Firebase Cloud Messaging (the successor of Android Cloud to Divide Messaging), OneSignalPushengage and more.

As you can see, several companies are now giving support of Push Notification Service, so it is easier for regular website and app developers to intergrate it in their project.

Coming to Google Chrome Browser, they start supporting Push Notification Service in the year 2015. Both of the Android and Desktop Browser of Chrome are now supporting Push Notifications. The result is Billions of users using Chrome, especially Mobile users, became the prey of this technology.

For example, Suppose a user allowed Push Notifications from 50 Large News publishing sites. I mean a site who are publishing at least 50 articles a day. In that case, In a single day, the user receives around 250 notifications.

Thank God, Chrome has an option to manage Push Notifications. However, because the option right now is a sub-option most people find hard to locate or use it more frequently.

But don’t worry here we are explaining you to How to manage Push Notifications in Google Chrome?

How to Manage Push Notifications in Google Chrome Browser? (Guide)

Desktop

If you are using Chrome on your Desktop, you could access the list of all sites for which you have enabled notifications by visiting chrome://settings/content/notifications in your Chrome URL.

There you could see the list of sites you allowed or blocked to get notifications. You could even add or block sites to get or block notifications.

Read also: Google Chrome Supports Native Windows 10 Notification

Mobile (Android)

Coming to Mobile, you could manage Push Notifications by visiting Settings > Notifications. Once you reach this location, scroll down below to see the list of sites enabled to get notifications.

Sanjay Kumar Monu

Sanjay likes to Write about Everything Tech.

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