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Niklas
2019-10-16, 11:50

Things that smartphones have replaced

I recently was in a discussion on all the things smartphones have replaced. It started as a discussion about tech waste originating from phones and ended about tech stuff that phones have made obsolete, thus saving waste.

What has your smartphone replaced or made you start using it as? Add to the list and rate its usefulness to you.

(Access Savvity via the desktop site to see the list.)

(Photo by Gina Cescon at Unsplash)


Best regards, Niklas 🎈

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