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SMS Sentinel

Price: $2.00

Rating: 2.33/5 (12 votes)

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Now available at the Android Market!Sentinel - one that keeps guard, a sentry. *One who gives a warning or indicates danger.SMS Sentinel is designed with the growing problem of Distracted Driving in mind. *Television and Newspapers are filled almost daily with tragic stories of accidents resulting from distracted driving. *Most of these accidents were avoidable if they had paid attention while driving.**No state bans all cell phone use (handheld or hands-free) for all drivers, but many prohibit use by *Novice Drivers and School Bus Drivers, and many have restrictions on texting.Text messaging, whether receiving or sending is dangerous. *As many as 30 states, D.C. and Guam ban text messaging for all drivers. *But as many of us have seen for ourselves while out and about, many are still texting while driving.How many times have you watched someone reach for their phone, read and send a response out seconds after they get a message? *How many of them were driving at the time? *Wouldn’t you like to know if your teenager is texting while driving? *Wouldn’t you like to know if your employee is keeping his eyes and attention on the road? *With these questions in mind we created SMS Sentinel.**We created a Sentinel app that in its most basic/default mode will stop the automatic grab, read and respond habit that is dangerous while driving. *At the same time, Sentinel also informs the sender of the driver’s situation with an auto-response message. * And for parents or administrators, Sentinel includes a Web App (Subscription) with several features including the ability to know if they are following the guidelines you have set in regards to texting and driving.**In the Default/Basic Mode SMS Sentinel features:• User editable auto-response to incoming SMS/MMS message.• Silencing of all incoming SMS/MMS audible (ring) and tactile (vibration) notifications…

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