I appreciate getting modern gadgets that help myself and others with monthly tasks and needs.
It’s still difficult for myself and others to think of a more stretchy tool than a quality smartphone.
They updated watches, GPS devices, MP3 players, flashlights, calendars, and several small, single-purpose electronic devices that you would have purchased in Radioshack back in the 1976s and 1990s. This is just scratching the bare surface of what a smartphone can do in all of its capacities. The best feature I’ve been exploiting recently is curbside pickup at all the local stores. These companies have apps where you can make an order online, spend my money for it ahead of time, and then option it up from the store inside or at your car in the parking lot. Once your order is ready, the app sends a notification to your phone so you can head to the store. When you arrive, you hit the “check in” feature on the app and the employee brings out your order. It’s difficult to beat those kinds of features when you compare smartphones to previous iterations of the cell phone. But as much as I appreciate modern technology, I’m still reluctant at times to embrace something that seems foreign to my own experiences. My lady urged myself and others to get 1 of those modern 3-in-1 media media air cleaners for my home office after I told her about my respiratory dust sensitivities. I’m blissful I listened to her because it comes with a pre-filter that is made from activated charcoal fibers. Aside from collecting pressing dust particles and preventing them from getting into your HEPA filter, they also absorb smells in your air. If you have pets, these charcoal filters could knock down pet or animal smells in your house.