A smartphone seems to be one of the most innovative gadget of the century. With it’s increasing demand in the gadget market, people are more inclined to buy a smartphone than buy a personal computer. Not only are smartphones cheaper but it’s also convenient because they are not just mobile phones but it can easily connect to the internet via Wi-Fi or 3G thus taking advantage of applications made available to smartphones to easily communicate online. There are also apps that you can use to call and send text messages for free. This alone can help you save on your cell phone bills.
Of course, smartphones are not just limited as a means of communication, though it is still its primary use. With a smartphone, you can easily reply to emails, connect to social networks and of course, access the world wide web. With the right applications (both paid and free), you can even work on your files and help you with your productivity.
With the ease of communication brought by smartphones’ technology, it’s easier for everyone – parents in particular – to work outside of the traditional office environment. More companies are now offering jobs that could allow their employees to work from home, making parents less stress in managing their careers and home at the same time.
There are many advantages of smartphones and like any other technology out there, some disadvantages too. *cough*games*cough* But with the right discipline, one can easily deflect those disadvantages. As the old saying goes:
computersmartphone is only as smart as its user.