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Use Technology in a New Way – Cell Phone Camera — 13 Comments

  1. Today’s smartphones make it easy to comparison shop. You can do it on the fly or do it before you leave home.

  2. I even text lists to my kids when I send them on errands so they don’t forget things.

  3. I really like using it for the grocery list and parking. I always leave the paper list at home. I also take pics when i go into a complex building so I can find my way out.

  4. Yes, phones have replaced notebooks, alarm clocks, cameras, and a lot more Technology is amazing.

  5. I like having programs like OneNote on my phone. If you are still stuck when you read this, show it to your kids or a neighbor’s kids they will get you set up in no time flat.

  6. These are great tips. I use a Rocketbook notebook which automatically syncs to the location I want it to go to when I take a photo of the page. It’s awesome!

  7. My children gave me a brand new, high end smartphone for Christmas. I am still trying to figure out how to use it. Haha. I get technologically challenged at times. I have to find where I can access One Note on my new phone. That will help “declutter” my bag.

  8. It is pretty amazing when you think about all of the things you can do with our cell phone. It’s replaced so many extra devices.

  9. These are all great ideas for using your cell phone camera. I will definitely be using it to make a grocery list and for remembering where I parked.

  10. That’s a great tip about grocery lists. I’ve left my written list at home many times, and it sure would be nice to have a backup image on my phone!

  11. I love the idea of saving money in smart ways with technology. Doing some comparison shopping on some regularly bought groceries should help a lot.

  12. I’ve never thought to use my camera for receipts, thanks for these ideas!

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