Resist the temptation to email, text or fiddle with your phone while driving with the Watch the Road app. Once activated, the free app sends a customizable, automatic response to people trying to reach you to let them know you’re driving and will be with them shortly. Watch the Road is currently available for Android; an iOS version is set to launch soon.
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