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7 Unexpectedly cool things that you can do with your Smartphone

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7 Unexpectedly cool things that you can do with your Smartphone
Smartphone is one of the biggest gifts of technology to a common man; the device has made many of the lives easy in many ways. Our day to day work has become faster with the quick and instant response.




Other than the regular activities we do to make our day to day life easy on our smartphone there some cool things which you can do with your Smartphone. Today in this article we are sharing 7 such cool things that you can do with your Smartphone.

Make it a heart rate monitoring tool.

You don't need to invest in a Jawbone or a Fitbit to monitor your heart rate. All you have to do is download and fire up the Instant Heart Rate app, place your fingertip over your phone's camera lens for 10 seconds and voila... You'll get a detailed report right on your screen!

Project a cool augmented reality map on the windscreen of your car!




If you're driving in the dark, the rain, fog, or just unfamiliar conditions, download Hudway, enter your destination and put your phone on your dashboard. Your phone will project a GPS-enabled map on your windshield without the need for any extra equipment required.

Take the measurement of height, distance and width using your camera's lens.

Tired of pinching yourself on tape measures? Interested in measuring really tall things? There are several apps that can measure practically anything for you through your its camera lens!

Make it a translator, when you are on foreign social.




Point your phone’s video camera at any printed material such as a road sign. The app replaces the words in the live picture on your screen with its English translation. It covers major languages including French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. The Android and Windows versions even work without an Internet connection.

This is a free feature in the Google Translate app for Android and iPhone.

Allow you to create a high-security password.

Instead of using a simple four-digit code to unlock your phone, you can create a more complex password with a mix of letters, numbers and special characters. To utilize this feature on iPhone go to the Settings menu, tap Touch ID and Passcode (or just Passcode on older phones), then Turn Passcode On. Turn off the switch that reads “Simple Passcode.”

Check whether your remote's batteries are dead when it stops working.

Your smartphone's camera is indeed sensitive to IR radiation, and if you want to try it for yourself, just use a common IR remote control. The infrared beam emitted when a button is pressed will show as white or purple light in the viewfinder of your camera app. You can use this trick to check if a remote control's batteries are dead when it stops working.

Simply scan and digitize your old negatives.

If you want a quick and dirty way to digitize (or just view) your old film negatives, you can use your camera's negative effect or take advantage of some of the many specialized apps like the Helmut Film Scanner.

These are some unexpectedly cool things that you can do with your Smartphone right away. If you know some cool things that you can do with your smartphone, do share with us in comment section below.

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