Clearvue

Use your camera to help you text and walk confidently.

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Thursday, October 19, 2017

Are you one of those who cannot stop typing and texting while walking? Nowadays, it’s kind of impossible to find someone who don’t use their phones on the streets and you’ll find everyone is texting and checking different social networks on the go. The experiments show that while you walk and text, your main focus will be on texting and you won’t notice the obstacles and pedestrians ahead of you. So, how about a utility application to assist you focus on your texting while walking and see your way through the camera of your phone. It’s amazing, isn’t it? Clearvue uses a unique idea and combines your text messaging services with your front camera, so you get to easily view the things in front and below of you and text as much as you want at the same time. In other words, Clearvue functions as your third eye and lets you simultaneously look at the streets and things in front and below of you, and type a text message to send to anyone in your contact list. The process is super quick and once you have selected the contact you want to send a message to, finish typing your message (of course while viewing the street via the camera) and hit the send button to be redirected to your SMS app to send the message and you are all done. Clearvue comes with a clean and neat design and the interface is so user-friendly that doesn’t take a genius to figure out the whole idea after trying the app for a couple of times. To get started, you just need to follow a few simple steps and grant the required permissions to the app. In the app, you first need to approve the access to camera and contacts, and before typing your message, you need to select the contact you would like to send a message to. In the iMessage app, you need to activate Clearvue as a custom keyboard by opening the SMS app, tapping on the iMessage Store button and selecting the Clearvue app. Note that, due to the Apple’s security setting, you must open the SMS app to send message; however, the experience is super quick and after a few times you’ll completely get used to sending messages using Clearvue.

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