Posted by: A. C. Cockerill | January 28, 2013

Question of the Week #6 – 2013: Culture

Question of the Week #6 – 2013: Culture

Currently, what is your favorite smartphone, and why?

My two cents (but please share yours):

I still use an ancient flip-top cell phone, emergencies only, but I’m starting to explore smartphone options and would love your opinions.



  1. I’m happy with my iPhone, but the new droids are really cool–big screen and crisp pictures. They have a real wow factor.

    • Thank very much, Christy. A big screen would be good for my not-so-young eyes. Cheers, Ashley

  2. I used to have a smart phone but I didn’t like how much extra it cost each month, so I went back to my old flip top. I do prefer a smart phone, though.

    • That makes sense to me, Gerri. The ability to update on FB, Twitter, and this picoblog are part of what’s driving me to a smartphone after so many years. Cheers, Ashley

  3. Love my iPhone. I can read and answer e-mails on the run and always have my music at my fingertips to listen to in the car and the “Maps” takes me where I want to go. I love it.

    • iPhone is definitely on the check-it-out list, Patti. Thank you very much. Cheers Ashley

  4. I don’t use or own a smartphone yet.

    • Hold out as long as you can, Jolyse. I finally caved in to the electronic leash. 🙂 Cheers, Ashley

  5. I don’t have a smartphone. Heck, I just started texting in 2012. My husband has an IPhone and he really likes it. I ask him stuff all the time now. MM

    • You’re ahead of me on the texting, MM. The iPhone seems to be the one most recommend. Cheers, Ashley

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