She said she’s “not worried about that for a second.” “I think investors ultimately invest in people,” Ms.
By default, your i Phone will try to play its last audio source when you connect to your car; for most people, that's your music library (in alphabetical order), but if you've been listening to an audiobook, podcast, or other app, your car may try to start playing from that app, instead.
Depending on the circumstance, there are a few ways to keep your i Phone from automatically playing audio you don't want to hear.
Spoiler: If you're listening to a steamy romance book on your Air Pods, you don't want that chapter to blast in the car when driving your mother to the mall.
Unfortunately, Apple's provided no easy "Turn off auto-playing music over Bluetooth" switch directly on your i Phone or i Pad.
The app is designed as a solution to missed connections for smartphone-addicted singles, who might spend so much time looking down at their screens, “the love of their life could walk right past [them],” Ms. “It prompts people to pay attention to what’s happening in the real world.” The app sends users alerts when other compatible Cheekd users are within a 30-foot radius of them.
“There’s a hot guy at the end of the bar, and you may not know he’s there,” she continued. is 30 feet from you.” The app also keeps a list of every potential match you pass during the day.
“It’s taking the awkwardness out of slipping people that card,” she said. Cheek said she felt a general “gloom” over her business.
To move forward, she found a new business partner, Roger Chinchilla, who bought out her old partners and is now an equity shareholder.
Before you go diving to shut off your i Phone, check there.
Even if there's no auto-play disable switch in your car, you may be able to find a default volume setting, which can limit the volume of auto-playing music or audiobooks.
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