The iPhone has reached millions of homes already. It is true that many folks own Android devices too. But chances are you can always find friends and colleagues who have iPhones at parties and other gatherings. Have you ever wanted to share your iPhone’s battery juice, music, or flash with others? Here are 5 tools and apps that let you do just that:
ChargeBite: a social charger for your iPhone. It lets you charge your phone by borrowing some power from your friends’ iPhones.
External Flash: allows you control up to 16 devices simultaneously. Lets you borrow the flash from your friends’ devices in low light situations.
Splitr: lets you share your earphones with others. Plays two songs at the same time. You can control volume level for each song independently.
Belkin RockStar 5-Way 3.5-mm Headphone Splitter: a 3.5mm headphone adapter that splits line into five 3.5mm ports. You can mix music by connecting multiple mp3 players.
Juice Up: an iPhone frame that features a cable you can use to transfer battery life from one iPhone to another. This is a concept at this time.
As you can see, sharing your iPhone’s battery, music, and flash with other iPhone users is not that hard as long as you have the above tools. Have you found better ones? Please share them here.
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