Apps Every Lazy Person Must Have
We are in 2015, and we are sure like the rest of us you are feeling a little resentful.
By now, you expected to be pampered by robot-servants and “work” would be a word that would be banned everywhere. But this blissful future as a lazy man’s heaven just does not seem to exist.
Or does it? In fact you might be holding it in the palm of your hand. You are holding a smart device of such confounding power that it baffles the mind. You can use it to make people do things for you.
In this article, we will lay out the important apps for people who want to live king size life in the modern world. There are apps to do everything right from parking your car to blowing out the candles on your birthday cake. Pick up your phone and let’s head to the future.
Now you can relax as Luxe is here for you. If by some phenomenon you manage to take your car and actually drive somewhere instead of taking a taxi, just use this app and they shall send a mobile valet to get your car from you and take away the bothersome task of finding a legal spot. Whenever you want your car, they bring it to you.
You know what’s really draining? Making decisions! The brain is the chief consumer of calories in our entire body, and if you need that vitality elsewhere you will have to outsource as much thought as possible. Reach out for “Decider”, an iPhone app that lets you put in a dilemma you are trying to solve; it will weigh the pros and cons, and then make a choice. Yes, it’s a software program that competently handles the fundamental functionality of human thought.
Having a dog is a beautiful thing, sharing a relationship of love and trust with an animal is awesome. But who has the time or energy to take care of it? Worry not Swifto, is a new service that gets people to take your dog out for their daily exercise and lets you track your dog via GPS.
Okay, now this app is highly ridiculous. If it’s your birthday and you are lazy to blow your candles out, download Blower, which converts your iPhone speaker into a mini air puffer. Blower uses the vibrations created by low-frequency that is strong enough to dowse small candles.
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by techtalks @TechTalks August 3, 2015 10:50 AM UTC