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Ebook Readers

Download the Overdrive Media Console app to borrow ebooks from the Greater Phoenix Digital Library

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Office has mobile apps

EvernoteRemember the MilkAstridOne Note All have apps

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Streaming Music

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Youtube has a mobile app

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Setting up an email account in iOS

Setting up an email account in Android

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Social Networking


All have apps for phones and tablets.

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QR Codes

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Apple has the Newsstand app

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Video Chat


Google+ Hanouts

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Trip Advisor


Google Maps

Lonely Planet


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National Library of Medicine Apps

Red Cross Apps

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You can get these and many more apps in the following stores

Google Play StoreApple App StoreWindows StoreBlackberry MarketAmazon’s Apps for Android Store

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How to connect your phone to your car stereo

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3G, 4G or 5G - cellular network signals that allow data to be sent to smartphones, e-readers, tablets,

and other devices

Android - an operating system for smartphones and tablets that are not Apple or Microsoft products

app - software program for tablets and smartphones

Bluetooth - short-range radio technology between communication devices

Droid - smartphone that uses the Android operating system

hotspot - location providing public wireless connection to the Internet

QR code (“Quick Response code”) - type of matrix bar code that consists of black modules arranged

in a square pattern on a white background and that, with a QR scanner or smartphone, can be used to

access encoded information or serve as a link to a website.

Siri, OK Google, Cortana - “voice assistant” utilizing voice recognition software to perform hands- free

tasks on Apple, Android, Microsoft mobile devices

smartphone - mobile phone that, in addition to making calls and texting, allows users to surf the

Internet, access email, download apps, take pictures, and more

SMS (short message service) - see text

sync - abbreviation for “synchronize.” In the context of smartphones and computers, it means to

transfer information to and from the devices so they have identical copies.

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tablet - small, lightweight portable computer contained entirely in a flat screen that has

many, but not all of the features of a full-size personal computer and is often equipped with

a rotatable touch screen instead of a keyboard or mouse

tap - depressing and releasing your finger to initiate an action on a touchscreen

text - to send a short text message on your cell phone

voice recognition software - software that responds to voice commands to take an action

and transcribes dictated text to a written format (emails,text, documents)

wearables - devices worn on the body that connect to the Internet (examples: Apple

Watch, Google Glass, Fitbit)

wi-fi (wireless fidelity) - enables a computer, e-reader, smartphone, among other devices,

to connect to the Internet without being tethered to a modem