There is no denying that texting while driving has become a huge problem, so much so that Barack Obama had banned this towards the end of last year for federal employees. However, there are still those out there who still do it, so a solution was needed. We have found two apps that will ban texting while driving on most cell phones, including the iPhone and Android.
From the two apps, one will kill the SMS function completely, while the other will convert your speech into text and then send it. So let us take a closer look at the two apps.
The first is Textecution for Google Android handsets, although they have been trying to develop a version for the iPhone. The cost of this application is $9.99. This app kills the SMS feature once you travel faster than 10mph.
The second is Mobivox, this uses a voice-activated application, allowing you to speak your message. The software will then convert your speech to text; this will only work if the recipients are in your address book. Both these aim to make driving safer, but the easiest way to do this is by not picking up your cell phone while driving in the first place.
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