The iGotThis app is a task-focused, life-management “personal assistant” designed for ADHD families that builds self-esteem to ensure repeated success. It’s loaded with features — such as a customizable reward feature, reminder system, inspirational messages, and parent notification when tasks are complete or not complete — to keep kids on track, focused and motivated, all while providing real-time visibility and complete control for parents.
Do you or does someone in your life want printed photos? TouchNote provides that opportunity right from your phone. The app allows you to send one high-quality photo or collage in a postcard by mail at a low cost. You can type in a message on the back or leave the card blank. No printing required! The app even offers ways to order canvas photos, frames, greeting cards or a print box filled with favorite photos from your smart device. This app is great for out-of-town relatives, people who aren’t on your social media pages, or someone you know who appreciates printed photos. It’s quick, easy, and can be a great surprise for someone you love.
“Just like germs spread the common cold and flu undetected from one person to many, criminals infect smartphones, tablets and computers with malware that can steal precious personal information from unsuspecting victims,” said Deborah Guild, chief security officer for The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. “Or, they take over the device, holding term papers, family photos and bank accounts access for ransom.”
Just because the average age for children to get their own smartphones is between 10 and 12 years old doesn’t mean that it’s right for your child. As helpful and convenient as smartphones can be for keeping families connected, they also bring with them serious dangers, such as cyberbullying and potential exposure to inappropriate material.