Working from an iPhone

I’ve been working on a post about how to use your iPhone as more than just a text, social media, camera, and game machine for a while. This post at MacStories is probably the best quick breakdown of many of the ways I use my phone as a productivity tool, though.

While typing longer thoughts out on the iPhone can be a bit slower than banging them out on a full sized keyboard, I’ve found that processing email using an app with swipe gestures, like Airmail, is faster than using my laptop.

Hit the link and learn how to better use your phone for more than just a consumption device.

via Working from an iPhone – MacStories

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