To get things done we often rely on our smart phones to help us. And while you love your AT&T iPhone, when it drops your call or data signal you just want to throw it out the window.
When I’m in my car, my phone automatically goes into a cup holder. When does this become a problem? When I have a cup. Well yes, Toyota did put four cup holders up front for the driver and passenger, but they fill up rather quickly.
There are items that belong on your to-do list – renew car insurance policy, book a rental car for your next trip, get estimates for new pool. And yes, those are all items on my task list.
But then there are small things like water the plants and defrost chicken for dinner – also on my list. Do they belong on your almighty to-do list or someplace else? How about Daily Deeds.
It’s not a service that is necessary for everyone, but if you’re important enough to have two cell phones – a la Ari Gold – or if you’re just sick of paying for extra minutes from your cellular service, then this may interest you.
Life is busy. But no matter what you have going on, you still have to eat. Or at least your family does.
And while I wait patiently for an app that will food shop, put the groceries away, cook dinner, get my daughter to eat anything but chicken nuggets, and clean up, an app like this works too. Read more
We’ve all forgotten our phone at some point. And we’ve all done that ridiculous reach for the phone to call someone to tell them we’ve forgotten our phone move. Or we’ve gone to call our spouse only to hear their phone ringing in the next room.
But no more. What would you pay for a device that stays in your car to remind you that you’ve forgotten your phone? $10? $20? How about $35? Read more
After I purchased a Zagg Invisible Shield for my phone – which is awesome by the way – I received an email for the Zagg Sparq 2.0. And if you’ve ever owned an electronic device (you know, if you’re currently breathing), you’ve had a battery die and you’ve searched high and low for a charging solution that works best for you.
The Zagg Sparq 2.0 charger is definitely something that peaked – or “sparqed” – my interest. Read more
No matter how organized I think my life is, occasionally I will forget a birthday or anniversary. And since I like to send out cards for special occasions, there are often times when I mess up and have to admit it – - – and just blame the Post Office.
Whether you send a gift or a card or a simple email, it’s still nice to get the date right. And here are a few apps to help you.
Great conversation is the key to any social gathering. Some yummy cocktails and delicious food doesn’t hurt either.
So the next time you’re at a dinner party, enjoying the tasty shrimp tacos, and you experience a lull in the conversation simply pull our your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. Read more
Admit it – there is not a day that goes by where you don’t witness a bad driver. Right? Whether it is someone who cut you off, a sports car weaving in and out of traffic or that idiot who took up two parking spots.
But what can you do? Call the police? Chase after them screaming and giving them the finger? Slash their tires?
How about report it on your phone for all the world to see. Read more
My four year old loves my iPod Touch. And when I say love, I mean that she thinks it is hers and she has gotten further in Angry Birds than I have.
So my little electronic baby-sitter is great – I’ve downloaded educational apps, so she’s learning. She can play games, watch movies and even draw pictures. Read more