What do your apps say about you?

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I was browsing through the apps on my iPhone recently.  It amused me how a collection of digital images can sum up my personality, but there is complete truth in that statement.   In the myriad of apps available to owners of iPhones, my collection really does exemplify the things that I am most passionate about.  Sure, there are a few versions of Angry Birds for those moments of distraction, but the majority of those apps revolve around words, music, golf and football.

Not only do I have a dictionary and thesaurus, I have an app to take notes for future blog posts or story ideas as well as a voice recorder in case the ghost writing on the white board in my brain happens while I am behind the wheel.  And I, of course, have my Kindle app so I am afforded the luxury of reading whenever I have a few stolen moments to escape reality.

I always liked to think that there may still be some mystery to me, but after looking at the items on my phone that represent who I am, ironically I seem to be an open book.  The mystery has dissolved and I seemingly wear my heart on my sleeve, or in this case, my phone.

There is something to be said for people being able to see the real you.  Have a look at your phone.  What do your apps say about you?

8 thoughts on “What do your apps say about you?

  1. I’m afraid to actually look at mine now. I know there are many apps and although I KNOW I wear my heart on my sleeve the myriad of apps almost makes me confused as to who I really am.

  2. The thing my apps say about me is “Why do something one way, when you can try the same thing 90 different ways, then confuse yourself because you don’t recall which version of an app you used for something or where you saved it so now you have to start again and now it’s just more trouble than it’s worth even if it was a great idea for a line of cheeze whiz beach wear”.

    Also, my apps talk too much.

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