You would like to buy a currently unavailable item from the store.
Get an alert when it’s in stock or going to be in store. Just send a message to the store’s special number or email address, and you will get notified.
To help ensure the success of your trip.
A text based bot you communicate with, and that understands the context of travel, both business and leisure. As you start making arrangements for your future trip, airfare, accommodations, appointments, tickets for events, etc., you inform the bot in plain English of all the details. You can also forward your confirmation emails to it to digest. The more information it gets, the more help it can provide. Alerting you to check in online when already possible, letting you know when some new exciting attraction becomes available at your destination exactly when you’ll be visiting, suggesting a where to have dinner before the show you have tickets for and even booking it for you if you want, etc.
You have patterns you repeat when answering emails and otherwise messaging. These are similar to other peoples but have your style of expression. Today you can already automate these on many devices by using snippets and a shortcut. The only problem is that they are always exact copies, so answering the same person twice will reveal this fact.
A smart snippet software that, while you are typing, analyzes your words and suggests an auto-completion of the whole sentence and not just one word. It will do so with a slightly different variation based on how you started your sentence and your writing style. As you continue writing what it suggests changes until at some point, you choose to use it and complete the sentence or even a whole paragraph.
Reading text while driving, or worse, answering to text received on your phone is very dangerous.
A function of the phone that detects when you are in a car and driving and ask if you are the driver. If you answer yes or just don’t respond to the phone will turn off notifications for received texts.