When you will got unanswered call or you will not respond to SMS, and you are riding on a motorcycle during this time, this application will detect automatically that you are riding, and it will respond to those calls and SMSes automatically, to prevent you from being disturbed.
If your mom is calling ten times when you don't answer because she thinks that you had an accident (an in reality you don't respond because you are riding, and you have phone in your pocket), this is application for you.
If your friend doesn't understand that answering them is a problem during ride, but they are calling or writing you: "Where are you?" when you are riding to them, it's also app for you.
Motoresponder can automatically share your location when you are riding, if somebody is asking for it.
For example if somebody will send you SMS with message: "Where are you, man?", if you are not responding, and riding on a motorcycle, this person will got reply with link to Google map, with your current location marked.
You can configure to which people you want to automatically respond, or to share your location. Everything is configurable. You can even choose which patterns and sensors should be used to detecting ride, or you can turn off completely feature of auto detecting ride, and decide by yourself when it's time to autorespond and when to not autorespond by switching mode.
App is designed to consume minimal amount of battery, and battery consumption should be unnoticeable.
Application doesn't gather any data and doesn't sent it anywhere.
It require location services to measure your speed, and your contacts/SMS/Call log to know when someone is calling you, if this person is in your contact list, and to know if you already responded them or not.
Designed by (programming) motorcyclist for other motorcyclists.
This app works differently than Smart bike mode - because it detect automatically when you are riding, no need to turn on this before riding. So this kind of auto responder (or - moto responder) fit better our motorcycle needs.
Credits: Orzech & Medziku