Motorola wants to tell Moto X owners a story in a unique way. Today, Moto added another piece to their cryptic Windy Day puzzle by updating the Motorola Spotlight Player found on all Moto X devices.
Motorola says they love stories and love technology. Pairing their software engineers with with award-winning directors, they were able to come up with a unique storytelling platform for mobile. The Motorola Spotlight Player uses advanced 3D graphics, thanks to the Moto X’s Adreno 320 GPU, to deliver rich and interactive stories in real-time.
To get started, you’ll want to visit the Motorola Spotlight Player on Google Play and download the latest update. The update adds functionality to the previously hidden application. There’s now a 1×1 widget that you can install on your home screen. Upon tapping on the widget, you’re greeted with the screens above which give you a little more insight into Moto’s storytelling platform. If you don’t want in on the upcoming fun, you can choose to disable content being pushed to your Moto X from there as well. That’s about it for now.
Spotlight should get interesting in just a few more days when Windy Day launches. We’ll keep an eye out on October 29th and keep you posted.
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