Smartphone apps

  • TampaENFJ

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    Aug 16, 2012 12:58 AM GMT
    What are your favorite apps? What's your most unusual app?
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    Aug 16, 2012 1:37 AM GMT
    I only use my smartphone for communication (text, email, voice), and occasionally internet and camera.

    Other than that, I consider battery life sacred and don't wanna waste it with other apps.
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    Aug 16, 2012 1:42 AM GMT
    Nice try smartphone app marketing research guy. icon_lol.gif

    But seriously, my most used/favorite apps are email, camera, maps, and web browser. I don't have any unusual ones. But I'd say my Music Sketchpad is interesting. I can make beats and get the crowd moving anywhere I go! icon_biggrin.gif

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  • TampaENFJ

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    Aug 16, 2012 2:18 AM GMT
    I just had to replace my phone this weekend, and my apps. I use Pandora, Insight Meditation Timer, and a To Do list. I'm rather tech-naive.
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    Aug 16, 2012 2:51 AM GMT
    paulflexes saidI only use my smartphone for communication (text, email, voice), and occasionally internet and camera.

    Other than that, I consider battery life sacred and don't wanna waste it with other apps.


    You must have an iPhone 4s. I have a Droid. Battery life is something I just don't have to think about day to day.
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    Aug 16, 2012 2:54 AM GMT
    Jefit Pro
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    Aug 16, 2012 2:57 AM GMT
    I love SportsTap, Netflix, Shazam, TripIt, Pandora, Fandango, Crackle, Google Currents, and of course Instagram.
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    Aug 16, 2012 3:42 AM GMT
    Flipboard.
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    Aug 16, 2012 4:44 AM GMT
    On the iPhone, Downcast for downloading, listening, and skipping through podcasts.
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    Aug 16, 2012 5:23 AM GMT
    Global_Citizen said
    paulflexes saidI only use my smartphone for communication (text, email, voice), and occasionally internet and camera.

    Other than that, I consider battery life sacred and don't wanna waste it with other apps.


    You must have an iPhone 4s. I have a Droid. Battery life is something I just don't have to think about day to day.
    I have a Droid, but I fly planes for a living, which means my signal is choppy all day. That also means the battery life drains quickly while working.

    And I text while flying, so the battery drains very fast since I seldom have good signal.

    Being 1000+ feet above ground, signal is attained from several towers. That process causes major strain on the battery because it's always switching from tower to tower.

    I do have a portable USB battery for recharging, but even with "11 hours" of usable life, that gets shortened to about 4 hours in the conditions I work in.

    Considering that one emergency (off-airport landing) could require 2-3 hours of talk time, I am anal about not using my phone too much on work days.

    It'll be nice once they invent solar powered cellphones. icon_cool.gif
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    Aug 16, 2012 5:27 AM GMT
    paulflexes said
    Global_Citizen said
    paulflexes saidI only use my smartphone for communication (text, email, voice), and occasionally internet and camera.

    Other than that, I consider battery life sacred and don't wanna waste it with other apps.


    You must have an iPhone 4s. I have a Droid. Battery life is something I just don't have to think about day to day.
    I have a Droid, but I fly planes for a living, which means my signal is choppy all day. That also means the battery life drains quickly while working.

    And I text while flying, so the battery drains very fast since I seldom have good signal.

    Being 1000+ feet above ground, signal is attained from several towers. That process causes major strain on the battery because it's always switching from tower to tower.

    I do have a portable USB battery for recharging, but even with "11 hours" of usable life, that gets shortened to about 4 hours in the conditions I work in.

    Considering that one emergency (off-airport landing) could require 2-3 hours of talk time, I am anal about not using my phone too much on work days.

    It'll be nice once they invent solar powered cellphones. icon_cool.gif
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