Motorola’s contextually aware Driving Assist app is seeing nifty update in the Play Store today. According to the posted changelog, drivers will now be able to reply to incoming SMS messages completely hands-free using their voice.
Previously, the app would read SMS messages, but that was the end of it. Motorola has also added the ability to launch the music app of your choosing as soon as you begin driving. A nice little automated feature that is sure to come in handy.
Download/update on Google Play: Motorola Driving Assist
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