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 Smartphones Are Saviors : Doing Small Things Like Sending Mails To Huge Tasks Like Making Online Transactions 

Date of Publish - Monday, 21st May 2018

Advancing technology and continuous improvements in science has led to a great development which is just impeccable.

Today’s modern time demands that you have everything athing n time demands that you have everings like sending mails to huge tasks like making online transactions properly. or soupst the tip of your fingers, whether be it your inbox or your bank. You never know, when you could need those things. Smartphones are there to back you up and are complete saviors. Just name it and you have it with you in your smartphone.

Smartphone has empowered humans to do those things with just a click that used to be impossible to do some time back. Manual involvement was required like making any transaction, booking cab, online shopping and what not. You name it and we have it in our smartphone, just a click away. It only is about what you can do for yourself, it is also about what you can do for others too. You can do charity work too by making donations through your phone. You can even lodge complaints online, whether it be FIR or against a product you had order online. There is a lot to do.

Even job searching has also become easy and possible with the help of your smartphones. Search through thousands and lakhs of jobs with just one click and here you go, loads of jobs as per your need and qualification are listed! If you don’t know the route to some place, just turn on your GPS and go through Google Maps, navigating through roads and lanes to reach your destination making travel hassle free. If you left home in a hurry and couldn’t read your daily newspaper, then you can do the same on your smartphone too with just the app of your preferred newspaper in your phone.

What makes a phone smart is its features and also the apps you install in it as per your requirement and need of the hour. There are lots of knowledgeable things too that you can do on and with your smartphone like playing games online which require some brain work, learn new skills, embrace new things and what not.

You can also interact with people who are not near to you, whether it be your friends or relatives. Not only voice all, but video call too is possible. You can do possible editing stuff also on the way. Booking cabs is one such add-on feature in case you don’t own a vehicle or don’t have access to one at that very point of time. Interact with people, guide them through various platforms and share your knowledge too with others which you have gathered over a period of time.

Above is just a brief of what all you can do with your smartphone. Don’t underestimate its power. It has a lot to offer to you. Just a wise view and some knowledge is what you all need. Don’t use for wrong things as technology is meant to help the human kind, not to destroy or misuse it.

Author :
Karunakara M Reddy


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