Robin here: For those who aren’t on Facebook with me, we lost our precious Poppet in April. I asked Tammy to cover for me the week following Poppet’s death, and Rachel Hauck has been a dear friend to fill in for me today. Enjoy!
What’s in an App?
The world is full of smartness. Smart phones, smart TVs, smart refrigerators, cars, you name it. And as time goes on, the world will get “smarter” and we will get… Well, hopefully more efficient. Let’s just think positively.
My iPhone 6 Plus–I know, I’m so behind the times—is loaded with apps… I never use. I try, really I do but once I download an app that’s guaranteed to make my life more organized and brilliant, I never look at it again.
I have a dozen photography apps I never use because the iPhone camera icon is so prevalent and readily available.
I have sports, video, music, and list making apps. Bible apps, readers and activity monitors. Even a Donny Osmond app.
But mostly, these products mean nothing to me. They seem to distract more than help. Sorry apps, I wanted to love you.
However, I do enjoy my beloved social media apps—Facebook, Twitter, Instagram. On occasion, Tumblr.
Apps are everywhere. I’m sure some of you have downloads you never use. Downloads you can’t live without.
However, I’ve recently come across an app I really like. When I post pictures with it, people ask me, “How did you do that?”
It’s the Waterlogue app. It changes pictures into watercolors. I feel like an artist when I use it!
I can’t remember for sure, but I believe it’s fanatically free. 😉 So give it a try. I’ve included a few pictures I’ve Waterlogued.
Thanks to Robin Lee for letting me guest blog today!
Thank you, Rachel. Before finishing uploading this post, I bought the Waterlogue app (cost me $2.99) and can hardly wait to use it.