Flutter_Local_Notification In Flutter

Updated 27 April 2023


If we look forward to any app nowadays, all of them are having a notifications feature but Local Notifications have become an integral part of the applications with time.

We can use Local Notification to inform the user about any information.

Local Notifications originate from the application itself, as opposed to Push Notifications which are triggered from a remote server.

In this blog, we will learn how to implement Flutter_Local_Notification.

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Now, we will show a small demo to show how to integrate it into the flutter application.

In flutter, we had a package to do it. Therefore, the package provides us with the required functionality of Local Notification.

We can integrate Local Notifications in both android and iOS apps.

Let’s Start The Steps For Integrating Flutter_Local_Notification In Flutter

Step1: Create a flutter project.

Step2: Add the below dependencies in pubspec.yaml file.

Therefore In order to check the updated version of the dependency click here.

Step3: Now add The Given Three Permissions on top after manifest declaration.

Step4: Now add the following receivers in your Androidmanifest.xml file.

Step5: Now start the coding for the same.

There are different types of Flutter Notification :

  1. Schedule Notification – In this, we need to add schedule timer for the same.

2. Periodically Show Notification – In this, we need to add an interval after which the notification will repeat.

3. ShowDailyAtTime Notification – In this, we need to provide a specific time at which Notification will be invoked.

Finally, we can run the code and as a result, we can see the below output.


In conclusion, Flutter_Local_Notification is a cross-platform plugin for displaying local notifications in a flutter application.

In this blog, we have discussed Flutter_Local_Notification In Flutter.

I hope it will help you out in understanding and getting a brief about it.

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