7 Crazy Things People Can Actually Do With Their Smartphones

Smartphones are becoming more and more ubiquitous in this day and age. So, it is absolutely essential that you get some sweet devices and accessories to pair up with your own phone. Obviously, I’m not talking about just buying a protective case (though it is important to have one of those too). I’m talking about radical new ways to enhance your life, all controlled by your phone.

1.Environment Sensoring


Sensordrone is a sensor computer that harvests vital information around your environment, such as air quality, gas leaks, temperature, humidity, practically anything that can be sensed!

2. Locating Lost Items


Hone is the app designed for people who are constantly losing things. The setup is easy – just tie the device to your key and press the Find button on your iPhone. The device will light up and emit a sound to indicate its position.

3. Cars


Make the Mercedes-Benz owner envy you with Viper SmartStart. SmartStart is a device that allows you to perform regular tasks your remote key can do. For example, you could lock the door, honk the car and release the trunk, all by pressing a button on your smartphone.


4. Child Tracking

Going on a big shopping trip with the little ones? This device will send notifications to your smartphone if the person or thing (i.e., your child) wearing the gadget wanders too far away from you.

5. Lights

Wemo is an app from Belkin allows you to control your lights from literally anywhere in the world. All you have to do is download the app and replace your light switches with Wemo ones. Just think of the pranks you could play on your neighbors!

6. Pet Feeding

Too lazy to get up and feed Fido? Pintofeed is an app that monitors your pet’s feeding schedule and dispenses food accordingly. The best thing about this device is that it allows you to feed your pet when you’re not at home.

7. Cameras

With the EOS app from Canon, you won’t have to worry about timers or who has to take that family photo again. You can just handle it all from your smartphone.