When I did my due diligence, I realized that the service for iPhones is much more expensive than the $49.99 T-Mobile just started offering for their unlimited Blackberry service. I have been paying $120/month for a long time, so the reduction sounded so great. In the end…my current Curve started acting up and after talking to some nice T-Mobile folks, I have a brand new Bold being overnighting to me tomorrow to replace my old Curve for free! That $4.99 insurance my Dad made me get years ago does come in handy for sure.
So, my BBM list is dwindling day-by-day with the defectors to iPhones…but we will always have email/twitter/facebook/text messages!!! xo
Speaking of technology..what happened to the right hand of my blog? It is now at the bottom. Help!!!!!!!
I have been having a love affair with my blackberry for over 2 years now, but the I Phone keeps coming out with the coolest applications and now I am JEALOUS! I heard a song last week and couldn’t figure out the name of it or who sang it. Well, if I had an I Phone, I would click the Shazam button and it would listen and tell me all the details and let me download it to Itunes. It took me 2 hours to search online with one phrase I could remember and I finally figured it out…
Here are some apps that I would want if I switched over to the Iphone:
Business Card Reader-take a picture of a business card and it stores in the phone.
Ebay Mobile-no explanation necessary
G-Park so I won’t lose my car in parking garages
Evernote-to keep track of all the notes I write all over paper in my purse
Viper Smart Start- the answer to many of my problems. I am always losing my keys or can’t find them in the bottom of my bag. This app lets you lock or unlock your car from your phone. You can also start your car with it. Never lock your keys in your car again!