Our smartphones are so useful. I want to list 100 uses. 1. mobile phone 2. sms 3. calculator 4. 5. : : 100 How many uses can you list?

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  • Favourite answer

    Audio and Video Recording.

  • 1 year ago

    1. Texting

    2. Calling

    3. Emailing

    4. Photography

    5. Calculator

    6. Causal Gaming

    7. Watching Videos

    8. Listening to Music

    9. Telling You Song Names

    10. Finding Facts

    11. Comparing Prices

    12. Calendar

    13. Clock

    14. Checking Grades (if online)

    15. Browsing Reddit

    16. Paying Bills

    17. Checking Money in Bank Account

    18. GPS

    19. Asking People Questions

    20. Making Others do Work for You

    21. Wasting Time

    22. Pretending You're Being Helpful

    23. Anwsering People's Questions

    24. Tracking Health

    25. Looking Up Symptoms (YOU HAVE CANCER!!!)

    26. Making Friends

    27. Continuing a Long Distance Relationship

    28. Telling You if Your Doggo Will Die From the Biscuit You Left out

    29. Pretending You Have a Life

    30. Making You Feel Like Crap

    31. Making You Realize You Have Zero Friends

    32. Waking You up on Time

    33. Finding the Perfect Pet

    34. Buying Things

    35. Finding the Not so Perfect-Perfect Pet

    36. Making You Feel Smart

    37. Making You Feel Dumb

    38. Making You Rage

    39: Making You Sad

    40. RunOutOfSpace : (

    Source(s): My Brain - Enjoy!
  • 1 year ago

    0. I don't have one or need one.

  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    Physical objects fully supplanted by iPhone 4S with retina display:

    ~ 50 pounds of books (via Kindle, iBooks)

    Kindle e-reader

    daily newspaper

    pocket digital camera (via built-in camera)

    holga film camera (via Instagram, ToyCamera app)

    pocket foreign language dictionaries

    scanner (via Genius Scan)

    bank ATMs (via USAA’s app, which allows deposits via snapshot)

    GPS device

    road maps / printouts from Mapquest and Google Maps

    reporter’s notebook (I find tapping out notes isn’t any slower than writing them)

    voice recorder

    handwritten grocery lists (via DropBox-syncing Plaintext)

    Nintendo DS


    radio (via NPR app / Hype Machine / iTunes / Spotify / Pandora)

    paper comics (via Comixology)

    set-top box remote (via the Roku app)

    paper receipt file (via EZ receipts)

    Partially supplanted:


    business cards (via CardCloud)

    This list doesn’t even include all the things my phone does that no other object accomplished before I got it, including music recognition via Shazam, countless location-dependent mobile services, the indescribably wonderful Star Walk app, etc. It also doesn’t include some just-over-the-horizon technologies that will make our phones even more useful (and irreplaceable).

    Will be supplanted:

    Credit and debit cards (via app, NFC or QR codes)

    loyalty cards

    Looking further into the future, there is the very real possibility that our phones will quite simply become our default computing hubs. And by computing, I mean just about everything with a chip in it.

    Could be supplanted:

    set-top boxes

    driver’s license or other forms of ID

    laptop (via a docking solution)

    It’s easy to argue that people won’t, after all, want a single device that does everything. But there’s an economic and even social rationale here that can’t be ignored: the more we replace with our phones, the fewer consumer electronics we have to keep updated, and the less cluttered our lives can become.

    [Extracted from Web]

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  • 1 year ago

    I can easily list 100 uses, but I'm not doing that for you.

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