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Driving Mode Widget For Galaxy S II Allows Enable Or Disable Driving Mode With A Single Tap

Smartphone users will now be more proud to have their device which is now going to be an integral part in routine life. Your smartphone do for high-res photos, record full HD videos, listen to music, online communications and handle calls and texts as well.

Driving Mode is now introducing more comfort, when smartphones going off, you must not be losing focus while on driving or walking busy area. Driving Mode for the smartphones read notifications by a synthetic voice or hold on basic commands by putting on your own voice.

The iPhone users utilize Siri while Samsung Galaxy S II uses voice command powered by Vlingo. Siri is the most famous and best performing app with Voice command but requiring more than one or two taps. That’s why one of the XDA-Developers named hirak99 created quite simple widget for Driving Mode.

Notice the Green Circle

Notice the Green Circle

As the name suggests Driving mode widget enable or disable Driving Mode with just a tap. After activating driving mode, incoming notifications can be read out so that you respond accordingly.

Driving Mode widget is tested and confirmed on Samsung Galaxy S II (Android 4.0.3 ICS). Driving Mode works on Android 2.3 Gingerbread as well. Download Driving mode widget on Galaxy S II which is available in the form of an APK format.

Driving mode widget

Driving mode widget

The Download and install procedure is quite easy: Follow simple download by the APK, enable Unknown sources from Settings > Applications, open the downloaded APK and then tap Install. Later on press the Menu button on the home screen, tap Add > Widgets > Driving Mode Widget to add the widget (a simple green circle) to your home screen.

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