iPhone Apps You Need!

Use These Apps To Hack Your Life

Your Smart phone has made your life much easier. You get to carry around a compact computer, giving you access to everyone in your rolodex and the internet’s wealth of information, plus a handy calculator, computer, and flashlight. Pretty neat, right? It is, but if you are not taking advantage of iPhone apps, you are not using it to its full potential. Here are just a few to make your life easier.

  • Waze: Traffic is the modern monster, and it all too often steals one of our precious commodities: time. Fortunately, you can join together with your community to vanquish this terror by using Waze. Waze users share real-time traffic updates so you can be alerted of jams, hazards, and road closures before you head out on the road.
  • Audible: If you do find yourself stuck in traffic, one of the best ways to pass the time is with a good book on tape. So you can have quick and easy access to the best titles available, download Audible.
  • AroundMe: Whether you are on the road and want to know about the local hotspots or just plain cannot make up your mind in your own neighborhood, AroundMe highlights local offerings from restaurants to movie theaters to gas stations, letting you know where what you need it located.
  • Genius Scan: If you are one of the many Americans who is forgoing the traditional printer, you probably feel the pinch when you need a scanner everyone once in a blue moon. When this happens, whip out your phone with this app to convert a photo taken with your iPhone to a crystal clear PDF.

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