5 tips you should not forget when traveling with your mobile devices

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Can’t leave your phone for a second? Want to stay informed during your flight? If you feel the need to publish your photos quickly, or just want to take photos with your mobile phone and you’re running out of battery, then you shouldn’t miss out on these 5 tips.

1. 100% battery life

Sometimes we want to take some photos from the airplane window and- just like that- we run out of battery. You have to calculate how much battery you’ll have available so you don’t miss out on capturing one of many sunset photos.

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_Moon and sky from the plane window(Photo: Natasha Clay/Peru this Week)_

2. Beware of spies

It could be a business trip or for pleasure, but if you bring your laptop, tablet, or both, bearing your whole life, use an opaque screen protector. Traveling means being exposed by many eyes, so it’s better to protect your most valuable asset: information.

3. Check the voltage

If you decide to travel to the other side of the world, make sure the connections and voltages of your chargers are the same as the country you are visiting. Investigate the voltage and make sure you simply acquire the right power adapter.

4. Backup

What happens if you lose your phone and all your information, photos, and documents that you had? Before leaving, take some time to make a safe copy of your things. Currently there are many options to upload everything onto the cloud and it is one of the best no matter where you are you can always access your files.

5. Use headphones

You have to be considerate of the people traveling around you. Always use your headphones when using your devices, or use very low volume to avoid inconveniencing passengers. Sometimes we don’t want to separate from our tablets or mobiles phones at any time. Follow these tips so you can use your phone during your entire travel.

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Natasha Clay

Natasha grew up in a suburb of Chicago and moved to Peru two years ago and studied Bilingual Administrative Assistance and General Management at the British Academy. In her spare time she loves to be with family and her maltese, Maya.