How often do you find a parking space quickly? When you’re not in your home town do you have someone, or “something” that can help you in finding a space reasonably quickly?
Imagine if you did not have to worry about that all alone? Well, if you did not know, (which I didn’t) there are parking APPS – over two dozen! Yes! These Apps help you find parking that is inexpensive in various cities, and airports!
Below are some links to some of the best apps available. You can read the source documents for more selections.
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Parking Woes? There’s an App for that
June 29, 2007, is when the first iPhone was released. Yes! And, we have not been the same since. For one thing, so many mobile phones have been created/released. Many of us wonder, what did we do before the mobile device revolution. 24 hours a day we can be connected to an Internet universe, live vicariously via YouTube, and various Apps. How can we control being ‘wired’ all the time?
When my son was a youngster I occasionally suggested that he take a ‘time out’ to have him calm down, in the event the behavior he was exhibiting was not desirable. This was not something that was looked on by him as a ‘good’ thing. Flash forward, and it seems that it was not all that bad an idea. There’s a conversation going on about appreciating stillness; savoring moments away from the computer, email, and mobile device madness, which can keep many of us “plugged in” 24 hours a day. Not good!
I searched around to find some tools that could help us, in the event we just can’t tear ourselves away from those cute little toys :). Here is what I found: Moment, which is an iOS app that keeps track of how much you’re using your phone. There is also Moment Family, that allows you to monitor the entire family from your phone. Samsung user can use ‘Thrive Mode‘, which gives you the option of creating at VIP list, which disallows being interrupted by calls and texts from those not on the list. Continue reading “Savoring ♥ Technology Time Out”
Starting back to school, organizing our study habits and getting the work done collectively is often quite challenging. The tools we use to help us get the work done can really make a difference. That’s why I am eager to tell you about these great APPS I read about in the New York Times. When I looked them up and read the customer reviews what I found is “5 STARS“. Check out the list below and then do yourself a favor and click the link for demonstrations and details about these APPS.
GFLASH – Free for iOS and Android is a Flashcard study tool. There is also a pro version without ads, which cost $4.00. Create your own flashcards with the facts that are most important to you. Then add photos, video and audio files. They can also be shared via email. Continue reading “Working with Back to School Apps”
♦ It’s a challenge just keeping up with all the new things happening with technology. Therefore, my mission is to bring those technews items that could be useful not only for BabyBoomers, but interesting for those who have a Smartphone, tablet, or curiosity in ‘what’s happening with tech’ :). Continue reading “Extra! Get Your News Apps”
Ok BabyBoomers, this question is for you🙂 :
What did you do the last time you parked your car, and when you went to pick it up you could not remember where to look for the car? Did the BabyBoomer friends you were having all that fun with recall where you parked the car? Continue reading “Where’s your car? Find it with APPs”
Deadwood: We’ve all heard the word and what it implies. But, have you ever thought that you could be in support of it?
I read an article by Nick Bilton of the New York Times recently about Apps, which have access to your social accounts. Continue reading “Deadwood: When is the last time you cleaned up your Apps?”
There is no longer any doubt that in today’s world often we use technology to help us with our lives. As a matter of fact, JOB HUNTING is no longer done in the old-fashioned way, and I don’t mean newspapers. I’m sure most of you are familiar with the on-line application process. Making your way through the many application requirements, and then hoping that you will be among the very lucky prospective candidates to get a response can be frustrating, to say the least. Continue reading “Job APPS Savvy”