Modern technology has granted us the ability to do great things, making our lives much busier than ever before.  The fast-paced culture of life today makes it nearly a necessity to have some technology at your disposal.

Completing your entire to-do list doesn’t have to be so stressful with the tools of technology.  Take a few moments to read through a brief overview of some of the most helpful and crafty little tech tools to make your life easier.

Dragon dictation software

Speech recognition software isn’t new to the tech scene, but now it actually works.  Older versions of Dragon weren’t quite as efficient and “smart” in terms of dictation, but it was revolutionary for its time.

The added iOS and Android mobile applications give Dragon a heads up in modern dictation.  Take verbal notes throughout the day, text friends without using your hands, and much more.

Get a mobile hotspot

You’ll need a mobile hotspot to enhance your life, so you’re always connected to the internet.  Take matters into your own hands, and bring your own internet access wherever you go.  It’s a great tool for remote workers who like to travel.

You can do almost anything as long as you have access to the internet.  You can even attend a digital car auction, and buy yourself a new ride.  Whatever your need, web access is a key tech tool you’ll want at your disposal.

Grocery IQ for mobile

Grocery IQ gives you the tool you need to manage all of your grocery listing needs.  You can build a list, compare prices, and even share your finished product with your friend of partner.  Get dad to do the shopping, and send him strict instructions through your Grocery IQ mobile app.

Social media communication apps

Everyone needs the most popular social media apps on their mobile devices.  Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat rule the world of mobile communication.

With access to all the latest posting boards and messenger programs, you’ll never lose touch with those who mean the most in life and business.  Facetime and Skype specialize in mobile video communication, but the joy is that all of the other messaging apps do video calling too.

Comfortable transportation options

Technology’s grace granted those of us who hate driving in city traffic the comfort of using mobile applications like Uber and Lyft.  No matter what time or day it is, you can always find a ride in the city with these mobile apps.

The best part about using alternative transportation is that you typically get to ride in a pretty fancy car.  There’s no worry about funky smells, old shotty vehicles, and scary cab drivers when you order a ride from Uber or Lyft.