LAGUNA HILLS, CA - Iconosys, Inc. has developed Drive Reply, a smartphone technology that is designed to prevent distracted driving and avoid auto accidents.
Iconosys, Inc. is a leader in the development of innovative mobile and stationary telecommunications applications and technologies. Introduced earlier this year, Drive Reply reduces battery consumption by up to 50 percent and offers simple, focused driver-attendant software that helps protect users, and ultimately, save lives by promoting safe, distraction-free driving. Drive Reply is the only product that automatically responds to calls and texts with a fully customizable response while allowing the driver to stay focused on the road.
The download costs $16.95 for a lifetime license, and is available for purchase at www.drivereply.net for Windows Mobile, BlackBerry, and Android. It is also available at Android Marketplace and BlackBerry AppWorld directly on your phone. The phone is silenced yet continues to run in the background, communicating with callers and texters, letting them know you are focused on your primary task - driving.
Drive Reply Features Include:
- Auto reply to inbound Voice Calls and SMS messages while driving
- Enhanced spam and shortcode filtering
- No-Reply List: those persons that the driver chooses to exclude from his/her auto reply list and who do not receive an automated response
- Self SMS notifications that inform the user which DriveReplyTM functions are being used
- Intuitive/ User-friendly interface: a single click identifies whether the user is a driver or a passenger
Iconosys recently sponsored MacDonald Motorsports Team 81 and NASCAR driver Michael McDowell at the Nationwide Series 5 Hour Energy 250 at Gateway International Raceway on Saturday, Oct. 23 in Madison, Ill. McDowell's Dodge Charger prominently displayed the Drive Reply logo on its hood.
About Iconosys, Inc.
Iconosys, Inc. is developing a series of technologies designed to make mobile applications better, faster, easier, and ultimately safer to use.
Iconosys' CEO Wayne Irving II, a pioneer in next-generation telecom concepts, has led the drive to take advantage of GPS and other onboard motion technologies to build lifesaving and life-enhancing products, and to create new and better tools for wireless platforms and operating systems.
Iconosys proprietary technology, developed with support from Motorola, is a complex series of algorithms and readings from the technology running on today's Smartphones; this includes, without limitation, GPS and other motion sensors, coordinated with Google mapping to provide an accurate and responsive background service to most, if not all, of the upcoming Iconosys technology releases.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet