I have seen more improvement, though still not perfect. Have you considered, if possible, tying into the Motorola Assist app? It seems to know a little better when I am on the move. Also, if there was a way to schedule it to check or be on the alert, for instance, when I leave in the morning just before 8 every day until I get to work (I take the bus) at about 830 have it either auto enable or be more sensitive to movement? Sometimes toggles on its own. Would be great if it could be toggled from the notification tray or at least from the main screen.
Good app that helps save battery I am also with Republic Wireless and this app seems to help with battery life so that my phone isn't constantly trying to connect to wifi signals as I am driving by them. I'm a bit bummed that I had to purchase the license for Auto Location in order to use this but for the small price I guess it was OK. One improvement would be to include a log of when it has turned the wifi off and on so you could go back and see that it was actually working. I use the AutoLocation log which tells me I was in driving mode so I assume that DriveFi did its thing but there is really no way for me to verify (or I don't see one). Thanks
Great application that covers a big hole In the Hybrid environment (Republic Wireless) this provides a welcome 'fix' to the too many connections problem when driving that ended up providing many broken/interrupted phone calls.
Thank you! I knew someone would eventually create this app. How foolish for republic not to make this an option when the Moto X has the driving accessibility features already there to use.
Does the job for me I've been using the beta test version of this application for several weeks. It does what it claims to do, turning WiFi off when driving. I find this to be valuable because the WiFi+ application keeps adding access points I drive by to my phone, access points I will never use.
- Workaround AutoLocation bug by restarting the plugin when spurious triggers occur
- Attempt to avoid AutoLocation bug by reducing the feature set used (without degrading DriveFi's functionality)