A few years ago, I had a few hours to kill and I wanted to get something done, so I took a few photos.
I had just taken a picture of a little girl and my friend.
I wanted her to remember it for the rest of her life, and I figured I could just use that as a template for my own photos.
Then I looked at my iPhone, and the first thing I saw was the photo that would become my daily text.
The photos in my daily transcription were different from those of my friends.
They were not all selfies or selfies with animals.
I took them as my daily reminders to myself that I had to do my job.
That’s when I realized that this was a daily app.
The app would send me a text message when I would reach my limit of text messages per day.
It would remind me to read the news, check my email, and listen to my podcast.
I have to say, the daily transcription is my favorite way to read news.
It keeps me informed, and it’s a great way to get up-to-date on what’s happening in the world.
The daily text messages are also a great reminder to keep in touch with people I care about.
But the daily app is my absolute favorite.
I have no desire to leave the app because of any limitations, and its the only way to keep track of the day-to/day events in my life.
I’m grateful for the daily service, and for the new app that allows me to get the most out of the app, but I also appreciate the daily reminders.