iZUP “eyes up” is an Android and BlackBerry app that prevent incoming and outgoing calls, text messages and emails while driving, while still allowing full access to 911 and a list of 3 authorized phone numbers. Incoming calls will be routed to voice mail and text messages will be held till you’ve stopped driving (there’s a time delay for stop lights and heavy traffic). Parents can set it up for their children’s phones and any attempt to tamper with the settings will send Mom or Dad an email. Interacting with applications on your phone is also blocked except for one designated app (ex: navigation software). The software works with the GPS in your phone, along with the iZUP servers to calculate your speed and other conditions to determine if you’re driving. iZUP will cost you $2.95 per month / $19.95 per year for a single user, or $5.95 per month / $59.95 per year for 3-5 phones.
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