Once you know how to take a screenshot, they inevitably start accumulating in your photo library. That leads to periodically combing back through the last several months to delete these or admitting screenshot bankruptcy (a.k.a. ignore them).
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One thing we can all agree about is the speed at which life flashes by these days. All of us have somewhere to be, something to remember, and the tension to keep it all duct taped together. Our options for organizing this life and all the places we are pushed and pulled are overwhelming. At times too many options can actually be detrimental. This is a perfect case.
When the App Store first opened in 2008, it brought with it an exponential increase in usefulness for users and an enormous opportunity for entrepreneurs. The exponential increase in usefulness has continued it's rise, but that opportunity is shrinking.
I love to read.
I love to read links shared on Twitter and Facebook.
Problem -> I miss a lot of great links because the news feed moves quickly.
Answer -> Nuzzle lets me discover and read Twitter and Facebook links at my speed.
Every shiny new iPhone comes with a Weather app for a reason. Weather is universal. All of us benefit from having it at our fingertips. Most of us settle for the stock app, but there is a better way.
We live in a time where technology is infiltrating all corners of our daily lives. Problem for most of us is that it appears over our head. We either don't understand how to use it or we don't understand why we should use it.
Maybe it doesn't have to be that way.
I am an app addict. No phone or tablet is worth anything if there are not great apps to download.
These are my favorite of this year and not in any order.
Originally this was pitched to me as a place to keep notes. Sounds boring eh?
Well I write a lot of stuff down. I have very bad short term memory, long term memory and something else I can't remember. Evernote has saved my bacon several times. Not because it saves notes, but because I can access them almost everywhere.
Unless you've been under a rock, you have to know what Serial is by now. If it is true that you actually enjoy living under a rock, well lets fix that. Serial is a spin off podcast of the radio program 'This American Life' hosted by Sarah Koenig.
Put away that pen and paper and give this a shot. Day One is the best app for keeping a journal in an age where we all carry small computers in our pocket or purse.