Shout could save your life. It’s a voice-activated texting program for Android that listens to your message and recipient (“Text Joe ‘It’s herpes, it’s not transmittable right now'”) and Shout repeats the message and, after you press the big “Yes” button, sends the text message. I could definitely imagine using this in a car or on a high-wire strung between two buildings over Cincinnati.
You can download it here or take a picture of the QR code above. It seems to be offloading the voice recognition, which is pretty cool, and at the low, low price of
free$2.99 (sorry), it’s worth a second look.