We can now tap on "Favorite contacts only" or "Contact only"
If we tap on "Contacts only", then the only calls we will receive will be from our contacts. We won't receive any messages. If we tap on "Messages", then we'll also receive calls and messages from our contacts only.
You can choose which applications you would like to allow to send notifications to you
You can set up your game notifications. You can set up things such as knowing when Candy Crush or Clash of Clans are ready to play. You can enable Dropbox notifications or Email. It's entirely up to you which notifications you'll allow.
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