You probably already receive a lot of notifications on your iPhone 5. Whether it is for a new email message or a text message, it is a helpful way to be informed that something requires your attention. Spotify has its’ own set of push notifications that it uses to alert you about things like new albums, or about friends who have joined Spotify. While many people will find these notifications to be helpful, others simply like to limit the number of notifications they receive. Fortunatley you can stop receiving Spotify notifications on your iPhone 5.
Disable Spotify Alerts on the iPhone 5
There are seven different types of notifications that you can set in the app, and you can elect to turn off as few or as many of them as you want. I am going to turn off all of them for the purpose of this tutorial, but your own situation will dictate which options you do not need.
Step 1: Launch the Spotify app.
Step 2: Tap the icon at the top-left corner of the screen with the three horizontal lines.
Step 3: Select the Settings option.
Step 4: Select the Push Notifications option.
Step 5: Tap the button to the right of each type of notification that you want to turn off.
If you get a lot of emails, then receiving a notification of each one can be a little excessive. Read this article to learn how to turn off email notifications as well.
Now that you know how to turn off Spotify notifications on your iPhone, you won’t need to be disrupted by the notifications that the app generates from time to time.
You can also listen to Spotify through a Roku 3 as well. This is a simple option for accessing your Spotify account from your television and home theater setup. Click here to learn more about the Rok3.
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