I'm playing around with my phone the other day while waiting for Star Wars: Battlefront to load. I put
down the phone and start beating up some rebel scum. I look at the time and realize I have to walk the
dog before I start getting ready for work...and fast! Oh, crap! I have to leave in 20 minutes! Ahhh! Ok,
ok, ok....let's do this. I walk the dog, shower, brush my teeth, and somehow remember to put on
underwear. As I'm walking out the door, thinking "ha! Take that, time. Can't beat me today", I realize
I tempted fate a little too early because I realized that I didn't have my phone, but the thing that really
worried me was that I didn't have a clue where it was! Darn nabbit! Ok, trace yours steps. No, wait,
slow down time first so you're not let. Ok, ready. Where did I see it last? What did I do with it? What
was I doing...ahhh! Was this the rebel scum getting back at me?! Then, I yell out, from my front door
"Hey, Computer" (that is the custom phrase I use to activate Moto Voice commands). I hear the "bleep",
but can't quite trace where it came from, so I continued, "Find my phone". "Bleep Bleep Bleep", the
phone said. I found it in between the couch cushions, ran out the door, and got to work on time. Without
Moto Voice, I would have easily been at least 10 minutes late.
This is just the most recent time that Moto Voice has saved my behind. This thing comes in handy all
the time, mainly for finding the phone, but also for telling me what temperature it will be today when I'm
getting out of the shower and trying to choose what weather clothes are "weather appropriate" for that day,
(since it can be 65 degrees one day in Florida, and be 80 the next), or to set a reminder while I'm driving.
Whatever the case may be, I know one thing for sure: I will definitely forget where my phone is again, and
Moto Voice will definitely be there to save me again.
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