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Sunday, 22 February 2015

my smart phone

My smart phone is really smart. Iam using it for the last one year. It has so manyfeatures,which are unfolding slowly  one by one and  come as a surprise.  It is a mini store house, with so much knowledge and infomation hidden within its small body, that you marvel at its extraordinary qualities. It was gifted to me by my son last year. It was 'love at first sight' Besides  being an adept at making calls of ordinary nature,  it can make video calls. It has  'Viber' , through which I can talk to my grand daughter, studying abroad,. free of charge.
                                                  It is amazing that i can use my dear phone as  a mini computer. I can acsess the internet  through it. I can play games on line, read books which I like. I can accsess  all T.V.channels and watch programmr according to my convenience. Through  this 'small' magician I can make on line shopping. A great  feature is the 'WhatsApp'.Through this  i can chat with my friends and family residing in any corner  of the globe. Through this, i  am able to exchange photos, news and any other infomation,which reaches the other party in an instant.
                         It has a very efficient camera. besides ordinary  photos, I can also record a video which can be shared  with  with others.One magic which I came across only yesterday is 'Fotor'. It can edit the pitures,make a collage, change the colors of the photo, and what not!


                    

The pictures, clicked by me are at serial number 1 and 4.Through Fotor the color of the flower has been changed from pink to violet and  in the next photo  the color is changed from pink to black and white. What a marvel!! I am completely mesemerized  by my really smart phone.




Written for B A R for the week 22ndto 28th Feb.
Submitter to B A R The Group as an archives post on Monday 3 rd August 2015


             






      



7 comments:

  1. Oh yes, Smartphones have become our lifelines. Smart usage of the various apps and features is really empowering! Of course, the addiction is not far behind too!

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    1. Yes Shilpa, to agreat extent we are being addictive.

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  2. I wonder what we will do without the smartphones!

    But yes shouldn't get addicted....

    Random Thoughts Naba -Why No One Talks About Compassion Anymore?...

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    1. Naba, I have become quite an addict.

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  3. You amaze me Usha at your technological capabilities and understanding! Especially at your age, you wholeheartedly embrace new technology which is awesome. I am still behind-the-times in that regard, though I am happy with my phone right now. However, I could not tell you the name, other than it's Moto G and an Android (whatever that means!) ;) <3

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    1. Elly dear you are involved in so many other tasks. I have nothing else to do.I learn things to while time.

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  4. Smartphones are becoming the best of friends now. :) I love mine too. I am humbled by your knowledge in these :) At the age of 53, my Mom doesn't even touch a smartphone, let alone learn to use it. :)

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