Smart phones have quickly supplanted the traditional no-frills cell phone as the “must have” gadget of today’s techno-savvy business people, parents, students and everybody in between. There are smart phones that let you post simultaneously to multiple networking sites, phones that offer 2-way video calls, and phones that are part computer and part personal secretary. Here’s a look at how today’s smart phones can benefit different kinds of people.
Business people obviously benefit from having smart phones. These phones let them sync their schedules with the office or schedule meetings. They can send remote emails, check in with the family and even find a local restaurant for lunch with a client. Business people can scan Canada 411 to find whatever they’re looking for, from just about anywhere they are.
Moms are busy people, too. Smart phones can help moms manage the house, kids and family. These phones won’t just help keep everybody’s schedules straight, but they can also hold grocery lists, check bank balances and make appointments with the dentist.
Students benefit from smart phones in ways different from other people, and not just for storing the personal information of vast numbers of friends. Students can have complicated schedules with homework and projects due at various times, club meetings, extra-curricular activities and sports events all making claims on their time. Smart phones can let them keep all these activities on schedule and will even allow them time for a video call home from the other side of the country.
There’s no doubt that smart phones have a universal appeal; there are smart phones for just about anybody from every walk of life.