Avoid Bumping into Things with Walk N Text
Article by George Norman
On 02 Apr 2013
It’s quite easy to bump into something because you’re busy writing a text instead of watching were you’re going. The Walk N Text app addresses this situation by using your device’s camera.

Here’s something that happens to me quite often. I doze off and find out that I’m late to meet my friends. I quickly get dressed and dash out the door. While walking to meet my friends I get a text message, something like “hey, we’re waiting for you, hurry up.” While being focused on writing a reply, I don’t watch were I’m going, and I bump into people or things. Tripping and dropping my phone is also a likely scenario, but thankfully that has not happened so far – and thanks to Walk N Text, it won’t happen in the future either.


Incorporate Apps developed Walk N Text to address the situation I described above. It does this by letting you focus on your text and see where you’re going at the same time. It achieves by using your device’s camera to help you see where you’re going.

When composing a message the traditional way, the background is nothing but a solid color – black most likely. When composing a message with Walk N Text, the background is the feed from the phone’s camera. The nice thing is that Walk N Text works with other applications. You can see what’s in front of you while texting, while reading a book, while browsing the web, while checking something out on Wikipedia, and so on.

Walk N Text is available for purchase in Apple’s App Store here.
The app works with iOS 4.0 or newer.

Walk N Text is available for purchase in Google’s Play Store here.
The app works with Android 1.5 or newer.

Additional information on this app is available on the official Incorporate Apps website.

Tags: Walk and Text, Walk N Text, Incorporate Apps, texting, camera, Google, Android, Apple, iOS, Play Store, App Store
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