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"11 Awesome Things You Didn’t Know Your iPhone Can Do"
Apple products are, by their very nature, extremely intuitive. They know what you want almost before you do, and the new iPhone 4S can even speak. But beyond that, this phone and its predecessors can do a ton of cool stuff that you might not even know. This can seem ominous if you’ve watched the Terminator flicks one too many times, but ultimately, dude, you still have the power. Especially once you study up on the 11 killer apps and secret features below. Not only would they make Steve Jobs proud, they can change your life. For the better, of course.
It can double as a scanner:
Genius Scan is a free app that allows you to scan documents,
presentation boards, and photos into a PDF that you can e-mail or
transfer directly to Dropbox or Evernote.
It can mask your real phone number: RingShuffle
fends off the stage-4 clinger you just hooked up with before she even
sees it coming. The app provides you with a temporary phone number that
forwards to your cell when dialed.
It can remember your touch:
Designed for people with disabilities, assistive touch technology lets
you program your phone to use many of the finger cues available on a
Mac touchpad or iPad—or entirely new ones.
It can eavesdrop on the fuzz:
Listen to local or international law enforcement channels using the 5-0
Radio police scanner app.
It can sync wirelessly:
Still working with a 3G and lusting after Apple’s iCloud?
With a jailbroken phone, download Wifi Sync through Cydia and never
plug in your iPhone again.
It can tell you to catch a cab: With
the BAC Alchohol Calculator app, plug in your gender and weight, then
drag and drop a variety of drinks into appropriate time slots to
calculate just how drunk you are.
It can hide your naughty material:
For only 99 cents, My Secret Folder will harbor your illicit contacts,
photos, videos and more.
It can snap pics on the fly: Skip
the time-consuming unlocking and loading by double-clicking on the home
button and using the camera shortcut in the lower right-hand corner.
You can even take pics with your headphones—the + on the
volume control doubles as a camera trigger.
It can store your personal vocabulary: In
the keyboard settings, create and store personal shortcuts for easy
texting and e-mailing. When you type in the shortcut, it automatically
expands to the saved phrase.
It can save your attachments:
Although Apple now allows you to view Microsoft attachments in Mail,
there is no way to save them on your phone for easy retrieval.
Available on jailbroken iPhones, Attachment Saver lets you download all
types of attachment files, even those not viewable in Mail, and saves
them directly to your phone.
It can capture onscreen genius: Immortalize
your video game high scores and hilarious texts by pressing the home
and lock buttons at the same time. That will seamlessly save a screen
shot in your photos.