The world is becoming more mobile and this has had an influence on the way in which we work. More and more people are turning to mobile apps for both personal and business needs, from checking emails, to conversing on Facebook and Twitter. The online mobile world seems to now be never ending.
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The constant pinging and dinging from numerous apps notifying you of messages and new content is beginning to become annoying to both the mobile users and those that are around them. How many times have you seen a couple having dinner in a restaurant, all romantic, then the next second both are looking at their screens? Isn’t time that we stopped mobile taking over our lives?
What we need to look at is what is important and when is important to be mobile. There are apps out there that can help you combine your mobile life with your personal life, by freeing up your time and shortening your mobile interactions. Apps such as Buffer.
Buffer allows you to create and post links to all a range of social accounts including: Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn. It gives the option to schedule posts at a time you may not otherwise be available to post, freeing you up to eat your meal in peace. Buffer also offers weekly reports and analytics on your social pages, freeing up your time going from app to app analysing each of your profiles individually.
A lesser known app that has recently hit the market is everypost. Unlike Buffer, this platform also interacts with Pinterest, email and even DropBox accounts. This enables you, as a mobile user, to access one app to complete a range of tasks across more platforms that ever before. The only down side to this platform is that there is a limitation to the number of scheduled posts you can create.
Time to organize your time so you can begin to enjoy your personal time.