Got a Motorola device with Android 4.4 laying around? If so, you may want to grab that sucker and fire up Google Play, because Motorola has released an update to its Touchless Control app that's got some nifty new features. According to Motorola's changelog, this newest version of Touchless Control enables more Google Now commands to work while the phone is still locked, allows users to say their PIN to unlock the device and also includes a new listening tone when the user says "OK Google Now." There's some bug fixes mixed in there, as well.
Overall this sounds like a pretty nifty update that ought to please users that love talking to their devices. It's good to see Motorola continuing to add new functionality to its devices post-launch, and thanks to the fact that the Touchless Control app is in the Play Store, Motorola doesn't need to roll out some big software update to users to get them these new features. If you're rocking a Motorola handset that's running Android 4.4 KitKat, go on ahead and get to updating!