Motorola Contextual Services Update for Certain Motorola Devices
Motorola Contextual Services Update with Core Functionality Features
Motorola Contextual Services is one of the many apps by Motorola released in the past weeks. After it was bought by Google, Motorola has come up with a number of apps. The new apps include Touchless Control, Motorola Assist, the stock Motorola camera. These are just some of the many apps available. They are all offered in the Play Store. These apps widen the capabilities for users of Motorola devices.
Motorola Contextual Services is a great member of the app family. It can be described as a kind of Google Play services. These services are only available for Motorola devices, for some of them. Users should note the following peculiarity. Uninstalling the app can bring problems for the functionality of other apps which rely on Contextual Services. That can happen to apps that do with sleep and driving detection, or meeting times.
In fact, the Motorola Contextual service is not so much an app. It can be defined as a framework. The advantage of the Contextual Services is it keeps the other updates up to date. It also offers users of certain Motorola devices core functionality features. They include driving, meeting, or sleeping detection. The update of Motorola Contextual Services is already available too. It offers users a new feature, Bluetooth Driving Detection for Driving Assist.
There are also bug fixes that come with the Motorola Contextual Services update. The update is offered to owners of the following devices: Moto X, Droid Ultra, Droid Maxx, Droid Mini. Users of these Motorola devices can download it from here.
The Motorola Contextual Services and other Motorola apps are now limited to only some of the Motorola devices. But the availability of these apps on the Google Play store provides users with quicker updates.