Everywhere we go we're surrounded by smartphones. They can do so much more than simply make calls. You can use a smartphone to surf the web, take photographs, shoot videos, navigate to your destination, make notes, play movies and music and gossip on Facebook and Twitter.
But did you know that you can do so much more with your smartphone? It helps us to lock/unlock our car. It helps us to convert all our physical credit cards information into digital format.
Without further ado, let's check out 10 gadgets that will make your smartphone smarter.
Geode is an iPhone accessory that can convert your physical credit card into digital format. Interestingly, you don't need a specific credit card or a retailer with a NFC enabled credit card terminal. All you need to swipe your finger on the built-in fingerprint reader and the card is written so that you can use it to make a payment.
Basically SkyLight is an adapter for smartphones that connects to any microscope, and gives the scientific device a digital upgrade using the handset's rear camera.
Once you set up, the Smart Baby Monitor will start sending live audio and video feeds through secure internet connection. It can be connected to your Android or iOS device to give you a better view of your baby. Furthermore, you can also track temperature, humidity, noise and movement to get a sense of the environment around your baby.
Romo is an iPhone-powered Robot, and is targeted at kids. It basically teaches young kids about robotics and game programming.
Petcube is a device aimed at pet owners who want to keep track of their pets. With Petcube you can watch your monitor your pet's activities using your iOS or Android device.
Well, there are so many fitness trackers available onto market today. The Samsung Gear Fit, for instance, is built for running. It also monitors the usual running and cycling, the Gear Fit is also great for the gym. Not only that, the unique fitness tracker cum smartwatch has the responsive color screen that will display calls and other notifications.
With the Bolt, you can control the lock from your phone or tablet via a dedicated app. There is also a separate WiFi module that will provide remote access to your door lock from anywhere.
Hone is a bluetooth-enabled device that helps you find your lost car key. Compatible with Apple's iOS devices, it weighs about half an ounce, lasts six months on a single battery.
This smart beacon, called Tod, let you track the location of your pet or child or even your car, for that matter. The small device connects to a Tod app on your smartphone to keep track of your belongings.
With Dash, you can turn your iPhone into a car stereo. Dash doesn't require that you learn a new interface to use your stereo. You can connect your iPhone to Dash and gives you access to all of your phones abilities.