Motorola Assist now supports hands-free SMS responses while driving

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The Motorola Assist app received a nice update on Monday, adding a feature that lets you respond to text messages by voice while driving. The contextual software, available on the Moto X(s goog) and latest Verizon(s vz) Droid lineup, could already detect when you were driving. In addition to the hands-free SMS responses — the app could already read incoming messages aloud — this new version can also automatically open the music app of your choice as soon as it determines you’re driving; helpful if you want to stream tunes in the car over Bluetooth or a wired connection. Android Central notes that driving detection is improved in this version as well.

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Steve Kuker

This is good news indeed, Google & Motorola should be applauded for introducing technology that really improves peoples lives.

Now only if Google/Motorola would allow competitors to use this feature just thing of how many more lives would be saved.

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