How to connect FaceTime and Androids

Tech expert Stephanie Humphrey shows Sara and Michael some useful new phone apps, including Google Duo, Mint, Sworkit and Foodvisor
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not up to speed on all that it can do. Guess what? You don't have to call your kids or grandkids or your nephew or niece. That was for me, anymore. Because we have Stephanie Humphrey here to show us the best apps to make our lives easier. So welcome to Stephanie Humphrey. Thank you. Good to be back. Good to be back. You changed our lives last time you were here because you helped us clean up our phone and get rid of a lot of junk. Now we got to get you using it in the right way. What do you have for us today? First up, we're going to stay -- it's super easy to stay connected with Google duo. I love Google duo because it's like the facetime for all phones. Hey. Hey. There you go. You can record a voice message. This is actually -- it works between iPhones and androids. So it's video chat, face to face video chat for iPhone and android phones. Super inclusive. I like it. You can record a message. Hey, boo. We miss you. We don't know who we are talking to, but we miss you. And then you just share it with your contacts and it makes it really easy. My mom was super jealous because I could always talk to my nephew in Japan, and she couldn't do it because she had an android phone so I said, we'll get you Google duo and we'll make everybody communicate together. You hooked mom up. Hook mom up. Yes. Next up we have mint. Mint is -- I love mint. I do use mint. By far one of the most comprehensive money management and budgeting apps out there. You connect all of your accounts, your bills, everything. It's a one-stop-shop. You can add your bills. It will give you alerts so you can avoid late fees. Gives you anxiety. It will allow you to budget and it will get you notifications when you are coming up on your budget. I blow any Starbucks budget every single month and it tells me every month. But it also will give you a free credit score as well and give you tips on how to improve your credit score if you need that. That's awesome. One-stop-shop for your financial management. I love it. What we got? I love this one. I lobbied to get it in. I love it. It makes your life so much easier. This is key ring rewards. It will take these -- I hate those. They're all over my key chain. All of these little key rings and it will put it in the phone. This is my gym tag. So we're going to scan it really quickly. Oh. Oh, so you don't need to carry it all the time. You have it if your phone. You have it in your phone. I always forget. I used to have a whole separate wallet just for rewards cards because that's how many I had, and now I can keep them all in my phone. You know what I do if you don't have your rewards card? You just get up there and ask for the phone number and they keep going with numbers you don't even know and they get tired of it. They're, like, we're just going to give it to you. Scan your card. I know it's there. It's too much. Now you have it all on your phone and you can see my L.A. Fitness is in there, and I can hand it to them. I need that. This is one of those little things, but a big thing. Yes. Definitely. Now this? Sworkit. Okay. Okay. Okay. This is all about apps, people. All about the apps. That's not included in the app. That's not in there, but this is great because it has guided workouts for any fitness level. Strength, cardio, yoga. No gym needed. No excuses. You can just use this. Exactly. You can actually choose the length of your workout from 5 to 60 minutes and it shows you how to do the workout. No excuses. No excuses. A lot of times and then you get tired of the same routine. It mixes it up. Go in here and customize it and make whatever kind of workout you want. I love it. All fitness levels can use it. I'm giddy for this last one because I'm an avid food tracker. I was before I was pregnant. This is, like, magical to me. I have never seen this before. It is. This is called foodvisor, and it's a food diary, and it does it by taking a picture of your food. And then it tells you the nutrition of your food. It does? Oh wow. Let's make sure it knows there's pasta in there. If it doesn't know from our school lunch, we're in trouble. Exactly. It tells you your calorie content in the meal. This is so amazing. This is all of the nutrition facts in there. You're working with j-lo and A-Rod right now. He's working with them. I don't know if this could find out how many calories was in that. I should keep track. This is -- it's a really good way. It does it automatically. You say you should track your food, but if you have to write it down, you're not going to do it. If you are taking a picture for insta anyway, why not put them together? Exactly. Post it at the same time. You are magical, Stephanie. You save us every time you're

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