Motorola introduces hands-free texting to Moto X and Droids phone
Washington, Jan 15 : Motorola has launched updated Moto X and Droids phones with the new Assist app, making it easier for users to text hands free.
The new update to Motorola's Assist app makes responses to messages much easier.
According to PC World, users can now reply directly to incoming text messages by voice, instead of having to initiate a completely new voice command by saying 'Okay Google Now'.
Assist is a major feature of Motorola's newer phones that automatically does things based on your situation, the report said.
For example, it switches to hands-free communications while driving, silences calls while you're in meetings and only allows important calls at night.
The app could also start playing your most recent track when connected to car audio through the headphone jack or it added. (ANI)