Unseen Messenger, an Android application designed to store and organize notifications, has gained popularity among Android users since its release in October 2018. However, many users have expressed their desire for Unseen Messenger for iOS and iPad. Unfortunately, at present, Unseen Messenger is exclusively available for Android devices, and here’s why.

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The core concept of Unseen Messenger revolves around granting the app the necessary permissions to access and store incoming notifications. Once a notification is received, Unseen Messenger reads its content and saves it to a local database. The app then organizes and displays these notifications in a user-friendly manner, allowing users to view all notifications from a particular app on a specific day. Users can also search for notifications based on title, description, app name, and sort them by various criteria.

Unseen Messenger boasts several additional features that enhance its functionality. Users have the option to blacklist unwanted apps, allowing them to exclude specific applications from being stored in Unseen Messenger. The app also supports multiple languages, including English, Portuguese, Vietnamese, French, Spanish, and Indonesian, catering to a diverse user base. Furthermore, Unseen Messenger offers a dark mode for those who prefer a darker interface. Users can also customize the size of the notifications log, defining the number of notifications they wish to store or opt for unlimited storage.

To address any potential issues, Unseen Messenger provides a troubleshooting screen that checks the status of notification access permission, storage permission, notification access service, and media monitoring service. This screen offers detailed information and steps to resolve any problems, ensuring smooth functionality for users. Unseen Messenger is dedicated to protecting user privacy and does not access or share personal data. As a testament to this commitment, the app functions even without an internet connection.

It’s important to note that Unseen Messenger can only display notifications received after installing the app. Any notifications received prior to installation cannot be accessed or shown by the app. Additionally, Unseen Messenger can only store received messages; it cannot store sent messages. If you’re actively engaged in a conversation and a new message is received while you’re on the chat screen, your device will not display a notification for that message, thus preventing Unseen Messenger from storing it. Moreover, if you have disabled notifications for a particular chat, group, or app, Unseen Messenger will not be able to store notifications from that source.

Unseen Messenger is currently available for free download on the Google Play Store and can be obtained as an APK file from the official website.

However, it is important to highlight that Unseen Messenger does not support iOS or iPadOS. The reason for this limitation lies in the unavailability of notification access permission in iOS and iPadOS. The developers are actively monitoring the APIs for these operating systems and if Apple introduces any permissions related to reading notifications, they will promptly release an iOS and iPadOS version of Unseen Messenger. Until then, the app can only be used on Android smartphones and tablets.

Looking ahead, the developers have planned exciting upcoming features for Unseen Messenger, including advanced filters, the ability to export chats, messages, and notifications in various formats such as XLS, TXT, and PDF, as well as backup and restore functionalities. A home screen widget is also in the works to further enhance user convenience.

To install Unseen Messenger on an Android device, users need to follow a few simple steps. After downloading and opening the app for the first time, users will be greeted with a welcome screen. They will need to accept the Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy, and then proceed to the notification access settings page to enable the necessary permission. Once the notification access permission is granted, users will move on to granting storage permission, which is optional but enables the monitoring of file changes in WhatsApp Messenger and WhatsApp Business for deleted files. Finally, users will arrive at the home screen, where they can explore the various features and options provided by Unseen Messenger.

In conclusion, while Unseen Messenger has gained popularity among Android users for its ability to store and organize notifications, it is currently unavailable for iOS and iPadOS. The absence of notification access permission in these operating systems prevents the development of an iOS and iPad version. However, the developers are closely monitoring the situation and will release an iOS and iPadOS version if Apple introduces the necessary permissions in the future. Until then, Android users can enjoy the features and benefits offered by Unseen Messenger on their devices.