Finding a tech solution to driving and texting is an ongoing concern for many drivers. In a recent article in the New York Times, “Eyes on the Road, Not on the Phone,” Drivemode got a shout out as an option for improving the experience because it can “use voice commands and a simplified interface to make driving alone with an active smartphone easier.”
Different driving apps generally focus on one or two specific features, such as the ability for parents to track teen driver behavior, or the ability to cease communications altogether while the car is moving. Alternatively, Drivemode offers a suite of features and popular app integrations, personalized to anyone’s driving experience for use in any vehicle.
The Drivemode app transforms a user’s phone into a car’s central computing device allowing voice-to-text messaging, music player overlay on navigation, “Do Not Disturb” mode, message auto-reply, and personalized travel recommendations. Drivemode’s feature suite is designed for safety and flexibility, to help make every drive the best it can be for any driver in any car.