You know how I spend my mornings? Checking my emails and social networks. I check my smartphone even before I take my first sip of coffee. Just like this morning, I grabbed my phone the first moment my eyes opened because I was tasked to check out the www.goodmorningsnoresolutionreviews.com website.
Call it good or bad, but smartphones really did change the way we live. Personally, the only issue I have with it is that I’m finding it hard to sleep at night, although I’m very tired already because I was hopping from one blog to another, checking out articles such as the good morning snore solution reviews.
Smartphones make it easier for us to communicate and meet up. Now, we can text or call our friends five or 10 minutes away from our meeting place. If we are late, we can tell them so. If we are arriving early, we can tell them to hasten up preparing for the meet-up too.
Mobile technology also reduced the moments of us getting bored. While we’re waiting for our driver’s licenses and paying bills, we can check out our social media accounts through our smartphones or we can even play interactive games with our friends such as Candy Crush, Clash of Clans, etc. You can check out the stock market too (if you’re an investor), reply to emails and do your work if you’re a freelancer like me.
Smartphones let you to capture every moment of your waking life as well. The camera allows you to take videos in slow mode or in time lapse. That’s the beauty about having smartphones—there’s no need to bring digital cameras or SLRs anymore because the smartphone has a very abled camera already.
The smartphone is an all-in-one device. It’s a phone, an address book, a computer, a media player, a game console, a camera, a compass, a map, a video recorder, an editing device, a music player, a GPS device and even a flashlight. Can you imagine any other device that can do all these things?
Smartphones make us available all the time. Now, it depends on you if that’s a good or bad thing. I don’t want people calling me all the time, so this is clearly a disadvantage for me. People, however, who need to be in communication with everyone at all times may see this as a benefit. Clearly, smartphones have changed the way we live our lives—if it’s for the better or the worst depends on you.