All Android OEMs have their limits when it comes to software updates. And every other Android company wants the best for their users and they do. And OxygenOS 13, the latest custom skin from OnePlus, promises to provide better security and privacy settings including a notification permission feature that will give consumers more ways to build privacy-focused apps.
In this way, OnePlus is also one of those smartphone brands that have established themselves in the world of Android. Coming soon, OnePlus OxygenOS 13/Android 13 will bring an important and useful feature to OnePlus devices – advanced notification permissions. You must allow the app to send notifications. Also, if you don’t want to receive notifications from certain apps.
OnePlus smartphones are great for knowing when you have new in-app updates, chats, other information, or app notifications, but not all app notifications are necessary. We often want our smartphones to notify us about social media, Gmail, missed calls, software updates, or YouTube channels that we subscribe to. That’s why notifications from other apps seem useless and annoying.
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- OnePlus OxygenOS 13 has new Privacy options
Meanwhile, the notification permissions feature of OnePlus OxygenOS 13 gives you more control over notifications. Starting with the Android 13 beta, apps targeting Android 13 must ask the user for notification permission before sending notifications.
At present, not much is known about this feature. Good to know that Google is planning to bring more such features to Android. One thing to note is not only the size of the icons but also the panel changes.
So users can see major changes in the notification panel. Additionally, users can prioritize notifications for specific apps. You can also change the setting so that the screen activates every time you receive a notification.