Five Things Which Make The IPhone Stand Out

The iPhone is a genius device. The features that are included on it make it truly incredible; it’s like several different machines in one. But while the native software, like the GPS and camera, is good, the iPhone really shines when it comes to third-party applications.

Here are just five things your iPhone is capable of.

It can be a flashlight! Not many people walk around with a flashlight on them; if you drop something in the dark, just whip out your iPhone and find that elusive item.

For instance, have you ever been putting on chap stick in the dark and dropped it by accident? Depending on where you are, you might not want to get that stick back… but if you do, your iPhone can help you find it.

Another interesting little feature of the iPhone is geo-tagging. This is when you take a picture and then attack it with the location where it was taken. It can be kind of fun and websites like Flickr can use it to plot your pictures on a map.

If you’re bored one day, you can look at different locales using Google Street View on your iPhone. Take a tour of places you may never see otherwise. It can be a fun little activity.

Slideshows can be displayed on your iPhone’s screen. And they can be displayed effectively; the screen is large enough that a fair number of people can see it without straining.

Just change your iPhone’s settings and it can be used as a slideshow device. But this can drain your battery, so be careful when you use it.

You can usually iPhone to utilize Google’s speech to text feature on their website. Search the Internet without typing in a single letter; just say what you want to find and Google will find it for you. So, basically, talk to your iPhone and it will find things on the Internet for you.

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