A flutter plugin for interacting with Notification Service in Android.

NotificationListenerService is a service that receives calls from the system when new notifications are posted or removed,

for more info check NotificationListenerService

Installation and usage

Add package to your pubspec:

  notification_listener_service: any # or the latest version on Pub

Inside AndroidManifest add this to bind notification service with your application

<service android:label="notifications" android:name="notification.listener.service.NotificationListener"
android:permission="android.permission.BIND_NOTIFICATION_LISTENER_SERVICE" android:exported="true">
            <action android:name="android.service.notification.NotificationListenerService" />


 /// check if notification permession is enebaled
 final bool status = await NotificationListenerService.isPermissionGranted();

 /// request notification permission
 /// it will open the notifications settings page and return `true` once the permission granted.
 final bool status = await NotificationListenerService.requestPermission();

 /// stream the incoming notification events
  NotificationListenerService.notificationsStream.listen((event) {
    log("Current notification: $event");

The ServiceNotificationEvent provides:

  /// the notification id
  int? id;

  /// check if we can reply the Notification
  bool? canReply;

  /// if the notification has an extras image
  bool? haveExtraPicture;

  /// if the notification has been removed
  bool? hasRemoved;

  /// notification extras image
  /// To display an image simply use the [Image.memory] widget.
  Uint8List? extrasPicture;

  /// notification large icon
  /// To display an image simply use the [Image.memory] widget.
  Uint8List? largeIcon;

  /// notification package name
  String? packageName;

  /// notification title
  String? title;

  /// the notification app icon
  /// To display an image simply use the [Image.memory] widget.
  Uint8List? appIcon;

  /// the content of the notification
  String? content;

  /// send a direct message reply to the incoming notification
  Future<bool> sendReply(String message)

To reply to a notification provides:

  try {
    await event.sendReply("This is an auto response");
  } catch (e) {

Example of the app on foreground

Find the exemple app Here