10 Clever Ways to Use Your Smartphone Camera!
A smartphone is a big investment to most, so why not put it to good use. These 10 clever ways to use your smartphone camera can save you time, money and sometimes, even a loved one.
1.) Take a photo of your fridge before you go grocery shopping
By snapping a quick picture of the contents of your fridge, it will help you remember what you need and what you have enough of!
2.) Snap a photo of your new hair cut
Take a photo of your new Do’ from different angles, that way when it is time for a trim, you can have references for your stylist.
3. ) Take photos of your prescriptions
This comes in handy a few ways. One, you will always have your prescription numbers with you incase you need to call in a refill. Secondly it helps when going to the doctor, that way you can tell them what medications you are on and give them the correct dosage.
4.) Remember where your car is parked
Snap a quick photo of the surroundings where your car is parked when in a crowded parking lot. This can save some time when it comes to remembering where you parked.
5.) Vacations and Amusement Parks
When on vacation, snap a photo of your children before you head out for the day. That way if they get separated, you will have a photo of exactly what they were wearing that day.
6.) Check the remote
Most camera phones can see infrared light. Hold down a button and snap a picture of it to see if the batteries are working.
7.) Coat check, Car Check and Dry Cleaning Info
Snap a picture of your dry cleaning ticket, coat check tickets or valet tickets, that way in case you lose them, you still have the information.
8.) Keep your WiFi Password handy
Take a photo of the information on your wireless router, that way you have it when you need it.
9.) Screenshot Directions
Take a screenshot of directions, that way if you lose signal, you will still have them.
10.) When a friend wants to borrow something, take a picture of them and the item that way you can remember who has what!
What do you use your camera phone for? Any tips to be added? Leave them in the comments!