What’s On My Phone?

The Wall Street Journal is distracting us with this question, and I need to be distracted because every time I sneeze it comes out “Covfefe!”

So…what’s on yours?

Case: tech21 Evo Mesh for easy grip

tech 21 Evo Mesh silicone iPhone case

Home screen image: Rooms by the Sea by Edward Hopper; I do not keep icons on my home screen.

Number of contacts: Lots

Most-Used app: Phone (for conference calls), New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Twitter, Weather, Gmail, YouTube, Camera, banking & finance apps to manage my empire

Favorite podcast: None. I can read much faster than I can listen.

Siri use?: I’ve set the voice to male with a British accent. I also tried to change the name from “Siri” to “Reginald,” but couldn’t do that without jailbreaking the phone.

Games: None

Snapchat. Instagram. Texting.: Are. You. Serious?

Uber: No. Shame on them for everything they do. I take yellow taxis, and you should, too.

Voice message: Don’t know. Don’t care. If I don’t recognize your number, I’m not answering anyway.

Weather forecast cities: New York, Beverly Hills, Monte Carlo

App somebody should invent: If I knew that, I’d be rich enough not to have a cell phone.

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One thought on “What’s On My Phone?

  1. All I’ve got is a list of contacts. A bunch of other icons that came re-embedded are on the screen but I don’t use them, partly because I have a cheapo plan that gives me hardly any data and partly because my obsolete phone has a tiny, tiny screen, maybe one and a half by three. Mostly I keep the phone turned off unless I have to call somebody. I do use it to text because I’ve found that many people, millennials particularly, will return texts but don’t return calls. In fact it is probably primarily a texting device for me.

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