● Some smartphones and tablets
( Apple ) allow users to access 3G and 4G software this enables users to use software available on WiFi without a connection to the internet. ● Certain phones have more storage data than others video footage and images in apps use this up quickly. You will have to consider this and try and make the app contain little storage biting “things”. ● iphone 6 (16GB) = This new phone comes equipped with all the latest phone technology. The screen is 4.7 inch” which is almost double that of the Doro PhoneEasy 612. It has 8 megapixels (4 times more than the Doro phone). It has 14 hrs talktime at £38.50 per month. It uses 4G which allows the user to use internet without a WiFi connection. All this plus touchscreen technology accounts for a very superior phone.
● Doro PhoneEasy 612 = This older model of phone does not have 4G, and uses dials rather than touchscreen. It is, however, much cheaper: £7.50 per month and has more battery at standby, 283 hrs more infact! tHIS phone has a VERY small screen and little space also with only 12 hrs talktime at this price.
● Many applications are “guide” apps meaning that they help the user navigate a particular place, e.g. Google
● They use satellite navigation and GPS to track where a user is and can therefore create routes to certain locations from around the world depending on this information.
● Guide apps should be simple and quick to use on all devices. This could mean adding a simple search bar and tabs to different locations.
● Many guide apps have a sort of “memory” to track where people go to most and can therefore track a route from memory at the touch of a button, this allows for quick and easy route planning.
● Another common tool is traffic detection and locating. This is used in many SatNavs and…