Lock Screen notifications are one of Android 5.0 Lollipop‘s most loved features but now always do we want to have them on our lock screen. From private personal messages to annoying app notifications being able to disable all Lock Screen notifications or hide notifications for specific apps can be really handy.
You can also choose “hide sensitive notification content” this will hide the content that usually displays text message content, private messages, emails etc. and is handy if you just want to prevent people reading your private text messages out loud.
As we briefly mentioned before, you can also disable lock screen notifications for specific apps. The setting you are about to change will only apply to that specific app.
If you don’t like lock screen notifications at all but still want to know if you are missing out on something you could enable the LED notification light if you own a Nexus 6. We have previously written an in-depth guide on how to do so you can check it out here