10 New Common Tools Replaced by Android Phones Posted on Your-Story by Armor for Android

March 12, 2014

There are many common tools that have become completely supplanted by applications and smartphones.

(PRWEB) March 12, 2014

The following is a new post issued by Your-Story on behalf of Armor for Android. The following are excerpts:

"There are many common tools that have become completely supplanted by applications and smartphones. While some of these tools may require a small add-on to work properly, the great majority of them work out of the box. Applications are an excellent way to reduce the overall amount of tools you need to attach to your tool belt."

“Rather than having to take your card with you to make payments, you can just keep your phone on you at all times,” said technology expert with Armor for Android, Scott Garcia, “There are many applications that now allow you to immediately transmit funds, provided that the shop offers this function. Often, you’ll also be able to search for stores that offer this in your area."

"Apart from these incredible tools, there are many other specific tools that might require additional add-ons. Your smartphone can be turned into a credit card swiping machine with a simple attachment to the top, and it may also be used to take telephoto pictures with a special lens. A smartphone is essentially a small, advanced computer, and thus virtually anything that you can imagine could be done with a computer can also be done with a smartphone."

To learn more please visit: http://your-story.org/10-new-common-tools-replaced-android-phones-412792/.

About Your Story: Your Story was established in September 2008 in order to provide a moderated online press release distribution service.

About Armor for Android: Armor for Android was founded on the ideal of providing complete mobile protection to consumers across the globe. As we saw the rapid growth of Google's Android operating system, we knew that the world was and is rapidly headed to a future where literally billions of its citizens will be carrying an Android device and be completely trusting of it with the most important aspects of their life.

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