You take out your phone and you start browsing through the net and the next thing you know, new pages starts popping up even though you did not click on it and the pages seem to scroll on its own making you feel like there is somebody or something else using the phone with you. Well, that seems to be what some of the Moto G users are experiencing.
Of course, this does not mean that there is a ghost there sharing your device. The issue is named ghost touch because it feels like somebody else is touching it, but it is most likely a bug with the device.
More than a few users seem to have the same issue especially when they are in Chrome or Google+. If you have the same issue, you might want to download the Ghost Touch tester app to see if there is a pattern to it so that you can determine what triggers the ghost touch.
Have you encounter any such problems with the Motorola Moto G? Let us know.