Dennis Crowley, executive chairman and co-founder of the location app Foursquare, says there are many more creative uses for your smartphone while out on vacation other than the camera. A few ways a person can make good use of their smartphone while on vacation include creating a playlist to listen to, which when played later on would remind you of the trip. A few other ways include allowing your phone to track your location, checking in on a location app so you always remember where you were, sticking to one type of social media so you experience your trip to the fullest extent, and asking for activity ideas from others on social media.
- According to Dennis Crowley, co-founder and executive chairman of FourSquare, there are a number of ways apps can help you preserve your vacation memories.
- Use Spotify or Shazam to make playlists from your trips, capturing the songs that you listened to at different destinations.
- Use tools such as Google Photos to easily organize multiple photos from different parts of your trip.
“Forget just taking pictures with your phone’s camera — there are far more creative ways for travelers to use technology to capture memories from their trips, says Dennis Crowley, the co-founder and executive chairman of Foursquare, a company behind two location apps that have 50 million global users a month.”