How to Turn Off Galaxy Apps Notifications on Samsung Phone

As most Galaxy owners are probably aware, Samsung phones come with their own Galaxy Apps store, which includes items such as new fonts and Edge settings for your device, as well as other apps and games. It can be a great resource when you want to customize your phone, and a big annoyance if you accidentally turn on store notifications.

If you’ve subscribed to Galaxy Apps notifications, you are likely bombarded with messages you receive. Fortunately, it’s pretty easy to turn them off. As CNET noted this weekend, start by opening the app drawer and clicking on the Samsung folder, then select Galaxy Apps.

From there, tap the vertical ellipsis icon in the upper right corner of the screen, tap Settings, and then tap Notifications. Make sure the General Notifications list is moved to the off position and the Galaxy Apps will no longer bother you.

If you are annoyed by non-Galaxy Apps notifications on your Samsung phone, open the Settings menu on your phone and select Notifications. From there, you can turn off notifications from each app on your phone right away, or select the individual apps from which you want to receive notifications (or mute).


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