Half a century ago people are quite content with wearing analogue watches, playing cards and penning down notes. Post offices and analogue cameras, was doing great as well. Today people pay $335 to put a computer around their wrist. The ‘card’ games has long been replaced by more advance console video games, penning down and sending mails are now done on your smartphone and even more strangely, people, now wear computers in place of glasses.
Just how far can mobile computing go? The answer will depend on what you make of it. What really makes these devices functional and so useful is the fact that several apps can be downloaded on them. These mobile apps are available through different app stores depending on the operating system of your mobile computer.
Some examples of these apps stores are Apple store, Google Play Store, Windows marketplace etc. Below is an infographics by Xcubelabs that will show us, how people use their smartphone on daily basis.
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Smartphones play a lot of roles in your day-to-day life affair. Going back to my, initial question; I think smartphones has indeed made us smarter. That’s just my opinion, everyone is allowed to add his/hers in the comment section.
Image credit: Xcubeslabs
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