Wireless Charging PadThis accessory is the epitome of phone charging convenience. It means no fumbling in the dark for that USB cable. You only need to make sure that your Smartphone supports it. While it isn’t the ideal way to give your phone that mid-day juice boost, it’s the most painless. It also doesn’t mess around with your phone’s fragile USB port, thus ensures the longevity of your device.
Good headphonesIf you love to enjoy your favorite audio or video while commuting, headphones can make your Android phone much more useful. The problem though is that the earbuds fitted in most headphones are lackluster at best. They break easily and you have to get back in the market looking for a replacement. Do your homework and find a perfect pair of headphones that will always get the job done. Buying a durable headset also means that you save money in the long haul.
Car MountWith the right apps installed, smartphones can be an immensely useful tool while driving. You can use it to find new directions and find your way to the right destination, especially when you’re in unfamiliar territory. But the last thing you want is to be distracted while behind the wheel. So how do you get around this? Get a car mount that allows you to position your phone at the most convenient place on your car’s dashboard. Putting your smartphone in your field of view means that your hands are free, and your eyes on the road, while still taking advantage of navigation tools such as Google Maps and Waze.
Tempered Glass ProtectorSmartphones are expensive gadgets, and the last thing you want to deal with is a broken display. Fitting your device with a good tempered glass protector gives some measure of protection for the pristine underneath. Tempered glass protectors are very cheap, durable, and are also easy to replace if they get all scratched up. This little accessory can make your phone much safer from damage, and thus more useful to you.
Amazon EchoDespite what you have heard about the dangers of home automation, Amazon’s Echo accessory is a wildly popular tool. Introduced to the market sometimes in 2015, Echo makes it super easy for you to control just about any home automation gadget, from Samsung SmartThings appliances, to WeMo, Wink, and Philips Hue lights. But in addition to being a top-notch automation assistant, Echo is also an omnidirectional wireless speaker. That means you can use your home’s Wi-Fi network to stream music, read news, manage your events, and do a lot of other useful things. Make the best out of your smartphone by leveraging these accessories. Think we left something out? Let us know in the comments section below.
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December 14 2017