New app tackling road deaths debuts in SA, UK, NAmerica

Wednesday 16 December 2015 | 09:17 CET | News
A new smartphone app, messageLOUD, aims to reduce traffic accidents by enabling drivers to have their texts and emails read aloud to them, ITWeb reported. The patent-pending messaging service's mission is to eliminate distracted driving with an eyes-free experience that will enable users to automatically hear messages out loud, and triage them by deleting or dismissing messages, without looking at their phone.

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