In daily activity, you might use more than one instant messenger in order to keep in touch with your friends. You are used to using different messengers for different friends. You might install various instant messengers such as Whatsapp, Line, BBM, and many more. Then, sometimes you will get headache with too many notifications coming from those. Actually, you can unify the notification to be one inbox. Follow these several instructions in order to unify them. 

Step 1:

Install Snowball Application

At first, you need to install snowball application. It is an application which will become the inbox for all of the instant messengers you have. However, you still need to install the instant messengers you use.





Step  2:

Make sure the instant messengers you have are compatible with this application. This application supports for some instant messengers below:

  • Facebook Messenger
  • Google Hangouts
  • LINE
  • Snapchat
  • WeChat
  • WhatsApp Messenger

Once you install and login to those instant messengers mentioned above, Snowball can be used directly.

Step 3:

Activate the notification access for Snowball in order to enable you getting all-in inbox of your instant messengers. The way how to activate it is like this way. Enter the system Setting > Security > Notification Access (on the Device Administrator) > and then check mark the Snowball.

Once the setting has been checked mark, sooner you will get a notification from Snowball or every instant messenger you have. This application is using chat head like Facebook messenger for the sake of being more sophisticated and cool.

For this time, this application is in Beta mode but the performance is awesome. Do not doubt about it. The problem is only about compatibility problem. It is not available for a lot of devices. However, it is understandable since it is still in Beta version. So, if you want unify your notifications in one place, just install this application on your smartphone sooner.  

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