That's basically a quarter of the day on your phone.
Whether it be looking at social media, checking their messages, or snapping a picture of something funny to share with their friends later.
People spend a lot of time on their phones
Although much of that time is spent reading facebook posts or watching their snapchat. A good chunk of that time is spent swiping, looking for which app you would like to use next.
Now with the Zizo Tyme you’ won't be frantically swiping through your phone to find that one favorite app or camera button.
The Tyme is the world’s first smart case that brings all the features of your Android to a convenient circle on the front of your phone.
It has the same functionality of a smartwatch, but at a quarter of the price.
It uses an app to control the customization of the window. So you can easily program into the companion app who your favorite contacts are so you don’t even have to open up your phone to make a call, take a picture, check your messages, or turn on your music.
You’ll be able to find those apps when you really need them without having to even open your case.The weather is always visible on the face of the clock.The flashlight is right there when you can’t find the keyhole at night.
Or the camera app when you need to take a picture of your kid hugging your dog in that perfect moment.
There's almost no end of ways to personalize your smartcase display items to give it a feel that really fits you.
You can always switch it up when you get tired of a theme. There’s a lot to choose from.
It also doubles as a kickstand when you’re eating lunch and don’t want to stare down at your phone.
The Tyme is a case that does more than protect your phone, it enhances the functionality of it.
So stop wasting Time, and start having Tyme.
Find yours today. On sale now for only $24.99, regular price $49.99
They’re liable to chip since they don’t sit flush with the sides of your phone.
It only takes a few bumps and drops before the corners start chipping. It’s not the screen protectors fault, they’re made of glass.
It’s just what glass does when it get bumped.
Some will keep being greedy even when they’re in the background. Not all apps only use battery while you’re using them.
Like my Podcasts app at the top of the list to the right.
It’s been sucking battery life all morning and I haven’t even had a chance to listen to the latest Criminal Podcast.
You have to shut these down if you don’t want them to be snagging up all your battery life.
To turn them off go to Settings > Battery to see all those greedy battery sucking apps.