A smart phone app can be used to make it easier to remember your favorite facts, but there’s a twist to the trick that’s only slightly less cool.
The app, called Pocket Calculator, works in a similar way to an app for smartphones or tablets, but it uses a combination of your phone’s accelerometer and gyroscope to calculate the speed of a person walking, for instance.
“The accelerometer gives you a feel for how fast a person is moving,” Pocket Calculator’s creator says.
If you have a smartwatch, the app will also let you set the speed, so you can check in on how quickly someone is moving.
In theory, the Pocket Calculator app works similarly to Google Fit, which calculates the time of day based on your location and other data.
But if you have an iPhone or Android phone, you’ll need to install the Google Fit app.
You can access Pocket Calculator through the Settings app or through an app on your phone.
You can also set the app to work with your phone or tablet’s microphone, or disable it entirely.
For those that don’t use their phone for a lot of things, Pocket Calculator will only work with the Android version.
It only works with Android devices that support Android Wear.
Pocket Calculator works with the new Samsung Gear smartwatch.
If you want to get the best out of it, you might want to pick up a different smartwatch for your commute.
When you first install Pocket Calculator for Android, you get a welcome message asking you to sign up for a free trial of the app.
It then asks for your email address, phone number, and an example URL.
If it asks for an additional password, it will give you one.
Once you’ve chosen a Google account, you’re prompted to install Google Fit.
Next, you select your location, and Pocket Calculator calculates your walking speed.
It looks like you can then use the calculator to calculate your walking distance.
If your walking pace is slow, you can choose how fast you want the calculator calculate your walk.
To calculate your speed, Pocket Calculator looks at your speed while walking.
It looks at how fast your legs are moving, how long your stride is, and how fast the steps are.
Finally, Pocket calculator looks at the distance between your feet and your feet, and calculates your speed.
You have to do this with your feet moving at the same rate as your legs, or the calculator will underestimate your walking and underestimate your speed for both.
There’s one big downside to Pocket Calculator: it’s not available on all Android phones.
It’s available on only a handful of smartwatch devices.
It also won’t work on the Samsung Gear, which is currently the most popular smartwatch on the market.
While Pocket Calculator is still in beta testing, it’s been downloaded more than a million times on Google Play.
You could potentially get it for a reasonable price.
Find out more about the Pocket calculator app from Pocket Calculator creator Adam Blythe on his blog.