Today I will be ending my series about podcasting using Anchor and your phone, and start a series about all the free apps you get when signing up for a personal Google account.
I am sorry that I have to present both of these at the same time, but circumstances prevented me from posting for a few days.
Interview on Anchor
The last video in my series about creating a podcast using Anchor and your phone is about including an interview. And as with everything else I have shown so far, this is very easy to do using just your phone and the Anchor app. The person you interview can use their phone or a computer as long as they have a mic.
Interviews can be a fun way of getting some extra variety in your blog, and since it can be done over the phone and then edited the same way you edit everything else in your podcast it is not hard to do. In my video I do a very short interview with my YouTube friend Ganna who was niece to take part in this so I could show you how easy it is, so please go show Ganna some love, and if you enjoy her content, which is art and parodies, please subscribe and tell her Pixelpia sent you.
When I sat down to plan my videos for November it suddenly hit me that I use about 15 of the apps that come free with Google on a daily bases, and that got me thinking; Do people know how much they actually get for free with their Google account and how all of that can work together to make their life easier?
That’s when I decided to start a series about Google and all they have to offer. In the first episode, I make an overview of what is included in your Google account as well as show you how to get an account with or without g-mail. In episode 2 I will show how to personalize your account and what security settings you should change.
After that, I will start doing tutorials about the different apps I use on a daily bases, and if you have any specific desire to which program you would like for me to start with use this form or send me an e-mail
My final thoughts
I think Google in many cases is underestimated as a useful set of apps and programs. The way they all work together makes so many things easier, for example using different calendars for different parts of your life, private and work, and still having access to them all both on your phone and your computer is something I utilize a lot.
I am looking forward to share some of my tips and tricks when it comes to using and connecting different parts of the Google family and I hope you will enjoy