Everyone knows that texting and driving is dangerous, yet, when a text message comes in, it's difficult not to respond. AT&T DriveMode is a free* app that silences incoming text message alerts so you can stay focused while driving. To get the full benefits of this app, you must be an AT&T customer.
Avoid distractions while driving:
Silences text message alerts
Automatically replies to text messages
Turns on when the vehicle is moving
Access music and navigation with one touch
Helps to keep young drivers safe by sending a text message to a parent if:
AT&T DriveMode is turned off
Auto-Mode is disabled
New speed-dial number is added
Note: Parental Alerts can be sent to AT&T mobile numbers only.
A compatible device is required. With DriveMode for iPhone: Auto-Reply feature available for AT&T customers only. Auto-replies to SMS and MMS only and not iMessages or messages sent by third-party services. iOS Auto-Reply: Requires active AT&T Message Backup & Sync service. Will not send auto-replies to phone calls. Other functionalities such as routing calls to voicemail, blocking incoming calls, and blocking outgoing SMS messages are not available. General: Technical, network and other service restrictions may apply.
* Data and text messaging rates apply for download and usage, including Auto-Replies.
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