Motorola has just rolled out an update to its Motorola Assist speech software for the Moto X as well as Verizon's latest Droid devices. Though the update doesn't add any new functionality, Motorola says that it delivers "important bug fixes for calendar and voice reply."
The free update is available for download now through the Google Play store and should begin hitting your devices soon, if it hasn't already.
It is available for the Moto X along with Verizon's Droid Ultra, Droid Mini, and Droid Maxx phones.
How are you liking the new update, which is now on version 2.3.15? Let us know if the bug fixes are helpful in the comments.
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