Smartphone accessory and app will help drivers make responsible decisions.

When iPhones were created, we never thought that they would save us from a DUI or possibly even save our lives. But Alcohoot, a smartphone accessory and app, looks to do just that by being the first iPhone law enforcement-grade breathalyzer.

Unveiled at the annual Kairos Society summit, a meeting of like-minded young, socially conscious entrepreneurs, the product is a bluetooth device that plugs into the phone's audio jack. When you test your breath, the app automatically opens to read your blood alcohol content based on using information you've entered such as height, weight and gender.

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