The arrival of the smartphone changed the way we live life. Period. The way we take and share photos, stay connected, get our news, educate ourselves, remain entertained, become political and, of course, tell our beloved sports teams what they are doing wrong and why we should be made the head coach.
Everyone has a smartphone these days. Well, anyone who is interested in technology and is not stuck in the dark ages owns a smartphone, anyway. With smartphones, they can and do revolutionise the way we live our lives and allow us to get on with jobs, tasks and actions quicker and much more efficiently. For example, if you are cooking a meal because family or friends are coming around for dinner, and your oven clock is broken, you could set an alarm on your phone for the specific and required timings of particular dishes, meaning that you will not have to worry about your meal being ruined by the food being in the oven longer than it is needed to. Or, another example could be that you have recently taken up a new fitness programme such as jogging and you would like to map out your route but do not have the faintest idea how to do so. To conquer this, you could download an app on your phone which tracks your route and allows you to see how far you have jogged, and what distance you have covered. Your smartphone can even allow you to eliminate those hunger pangs that you get if you had a busy day at work and have not had the chance to eat yet. You can download apps which allow you to order food, straight to your door or straight to the office. As you can see, owning a smartphone can genuinely enable your life to be so much easier, and if you have not got a smartphone then you could be missing out on the opportunity to live a much easier, and modern life.
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