Dear chicas, please do be careful where you are downloading your apps from for your Android devices. Recently there have been reports of fake versions of Angry Birds Space being downloaded with devastating results.
April showers bring May flowers…and April also brings the dreaded deadline for filing your yucky taxes. If you haven’t done yours yet and you aren’t planning on filing an extension, you have just enough time to get moving and get ‘em done.
Whether you’re going to Grandma’s or hosting dinner at your own house, there’s an app to help see you through. For me Thanksgiving has five specific categories: food, drinks, kid entertainment, football, and shopping. Grab your smartphone and let’s go.
I used to have a daily planner – a bee-u-tee-ful leather-bound, chunky book that was bursting with sticky notes and was essentially my brain, and I couldn’t function properly without consulting it first. Then, I slowly moved towards technology to solve my organizing woes, but I never found anything that compared with the notes I was able to take and reference back and forth on that written planner until I found Evernote.
My girlfriend just took a weekend trip to the beach, and totally unplugged. When she came back to reality, she realized just how much she missed, and vowed to never do that again. For myself, unplugging completely just is not going to happen.
Whoever said getting there is half the fun may not have ever traveled with children. But armed with smartphone, you can all get to your destination safely while having more fun. Here are a few of my favorite apps that make traveling by car a little easier for everyone.
Most of us are so excited when we (finally) upgrade our phones that we jump right in, and never read a manual unless we absolutely can’t figure something out. Sure, most phones are so user-friendly you really can dive right in. But all the little tips and tricks you pick up along the way make your new device so much more fun and efficient to use.
If you’ve ever seen a little green and blue swirly ball at the top of pages and wondered what it was, I’m here to tell you: it’s StumbleUpon. The Internet is a huge place, and finding relevant information can be a bit daunting at times. Searching on the main engines brings up good results, but then you have to sort through and decide what is good and what isn’t.