Tuesday, 13 March 2018

How to customize vibrations for your iPhone notifications

A few months ago, specifically in summer of last year, we explained in great detail how to create your rhythm for the vibrations of your iPhone calls . Undoubtedly, this is one of the funniest features of iOS, since it allows you to customize each vibration of the ringtone to your liking.

Today, we will share a very similar tutorial through which you can learn to personalize the vibrations of iPhone notifications . Notifications are an essential element of Apple's mobile operating system, and allow us to know all kinds of details about messages, publications, news and even Netflix series .

But notifications, by default, always use the same rhythm of vibration . So we're going to teach you how to change it. It is a really easy process and very fun. You will only have to follow a series of simple steps. Are you joining us to find out?

How to customize the vibration of notifications on iOS

A notification offers the possibility of knowing who is calling you, who sent you a message and / or what application is activating the alerts. But what happens if you have the iPhone in your pocket? And if it is far from your reach?

It is for this very reason that this tutorial can be so useful. By customizing the vibrations of notifications you can clearly differentiate the content of notifications.

1. Open the Contacts application on your iPhone.

2. Select a contact from your list.

3. Then press the "Edit" button.

4. Look for the option "Ring tone".

From here you can create your own vibration rhythm for notifications of each contact by simply pressing your finger on the screen .

Once you have created your own personalized vibration for notifications, this rhythm will be available in the list of any notification vibration settings. You can create the rhythm of vibration that you like , from the soundtrack of Star Wars to the latest hit by Katy Perry. You choose! Of course, do not forget to deactivate the silence with the side button of your iPhone ...

Via | Cult of Mac 

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