When it comes to apps for your phone, there are literally a million and a half different options out there. There are apps for shopping, apps for couponing, apps for making lists, more game apps then we have time to play, and apps for music. But, those are only the tip of the iceberg. However, the one thing ALL these apps seem to have in common is that they don’t destroy your phone.
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If you look up from your own smart device and take a look around, you’ll probably notice that everyone is in the same pose that you were just in two seconds ago. Hands slightly raised, head bent down, and eyes glued to the screen. We’re pretty sure Godzilla could come barreling through and everyone would collectively give him the stink eye for ruining that perfect Instagram picture they were taking.
When you’re driving down the road, there are two ways to do it. The first is straight-faced, hands at two and ten, with every motion in your mirrors captured as you dutifully check them every 3 to 5 seconds. The other is to let go, crank up that song on the radio, and belt it out like no one’s watching! Except, everyone is watching, because seeing someone rocking out in their car is beyond entertaining.
Have you ever thought, “Gee, my Smartphone just isn’t smart enough?” By now, our phones should practically be cooking us dinner and then rubbing our backs as we fall asleep. (We just pictured tiny hands popping out of a phone and it made us uncomfortable.) Clearly we aren’t that far advanced, but a new company is helping to push the envelope of what your Smartphone is capable of doing.
Interior decorating can sometimes be a real pain. You want to make sure you get the right color on your walls, but 800 buckets of paint later, you still can’t find the shade that matches that worn piece of “inspiration” fabric in your hand. A new gadget currently raising money on Kickstarter might help you eliminate those painful trips to the store hoping to find just the right shade.