On Android smartphones, there is an option named Notification Access which allows users to grant third-party apps the permission to read all notification posted by the system or any installed app, dismiss these notifications or touch action buttons within them. Since the notifications may include personal information such as contact names and the text of messages sent to you, you should not grant unknown apps the access to them. And many smartphone manufacturers choose to hide notification access option from Settings.
To find notification access settings on Android mobile phones, open your phone’s system settings, search for “notification access” or go to Settings > Notifications or Sound & notification see if you can locate it manually.
As we mentioned above, your phone maker may hide the Notification Access option in Settings. In this case, you can use a third-party app to pop up the notification access on Android phone and change the settings. In a related guide, we used Pushbullet to mirror Android phone’s notifications to PC. When you hit the Notification Mirroring option in the app, the Notification Access settings screen opens.
Here you can find a list of apps which require the permission to access your notifications on the phone, such as Microsoft Your Phone Companion, Pushbullet, AirMore, AirDroid, etc. You can allow or disallow any apps to access your notifications on your phone here.