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Those are not notifications, those are apps that are suggested by iOS due to location and usage, or by Handoff from your other devices. To change the settings for those, change the toggles in General > Handoff & Suggested Apps in the Settings app. Toggle everything off if you do not use Handoff and do not want to see any suggestions.
You're receiving push notifications from specific websites. Here's how to block them in Chrome, from Google's support page. Allow or block notifications from all sites Open Chrome. In the upper right corner of the browser window, click the Chrome menu Chrome menu. Click Settings > Show advanced settings. In the "Privacy" section, click ...
10 apps for full charge alarm : http://appcrawlr.com/ios-apps/best-apps-full-charge-alarm Sound an alarm when your iDevice battery has a full charge : http://www.cultofmac.com/208576/sound-an-alarm-when-your-iphone-battery-has-a-full-charge-ios-tips/ And the associated google search : ...
With a trackpad or mouse, you can click the notification and drag it right towards the edge of the screen. If you do it fast enough it's almost like a swipe. On a trackpad you can also just swipe right with two fingers.
I would use IFTTT + Pushbullet/iOS/other push notifications. Add every channel you need to IFTTT. Make if %message% then send a note to Pushbullet OR to IF Notifications. Enjoy!
Does it recognize that it has connected to my car's phone system via bluetooth? This. Precisely this. It also works if you connect the device to your car system over USB (not just charging, but actually connected to receive phone calls), or start CarPlay if supported by your car.
https://github.com/javadj111/ibeacon-server here i created a simple server to store beacon's detail in database(derby) and show them to user in a web-panel. using restful API to send data from client-side to server.
You will receive the notification on all devices that have a connection and have notifications for Facebook enabled, regardless of whether you have since cleared the notification on another device.
Go on Settings -> Notifications
You can check if you have desktop notifications enabled in Safari. Go to Safari Preferences > Notifications. If the site is listed in there, remove it.
Have you restarted your device and not unlocked it since restarting? Due to the way encryption works on iOS contact data is encrypted until after the first time the device is unlocked after booting. Google NSFileProtectionCompleteUntilFirstUserAuthentication for more information.
Here's a quick & easy-to-understand GIF tutorial on how to change the number of repeated alerts on iPhones. Just in case anyone needs a visual: http://giftutors.com/blog/change-repeat-settings-alerts/ Basically, go to: Settings > Notifications > Messages > Repeat Alerts > Choose Never (for no repeated notifications at all) NOTE: This is for iOS 8.
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