In my last post, where I detailed my EDC, I mentioned that I didn’t really have much in my wallet other than my debit cards and a few loyalty cards, which prompted the question in my mind: I have my debit card setup on Apple Pay, why not my loyalty cards as well? In a pinch if I forget my wallet at least I can still use them! Well… apparently this isn’t doable by default – Enter Stocard!
Last week, I wrote a post about IFTTT – the app that’ll automate your life! In the run up to that post (and while completing some research about IFTTT) there were a lot of comments about “Stringify“. After looking into and using Stringify for the past two weeks, I started to see why there were so many comments… Stringify have taken the basic principle of IFTTT, and added the ability to IFTTT+T+T (If This, Then That and That and That)!
IFTTT (If This, Then That) has been at the forefront of device/service integration for some time now. It has become such a well known tool that even those who care little about technology know and use it. The idea is to connect two individual services, to create a singular action/service – therefore simplifying your day-to-day life.
It’s finally here! Almost 2 years since the original Android Wear OS was released, Wear 2.0 brings a whole array of improvements, new features, tweaks and fixes. But what has changed exactly?