Philip Goward of Smile is the second guest in our â€œFive Questionsâ€ series that helps us get to know how some of our friends use their technology. Philip talks about his unusual choice of entertainment apps, which browser he uses and why that choice is affected by Smile’s customers. He explains the surprising way he organizes his apps on his iOS devices, how he listens to music, and why electric car apps are part of his app collection.
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Philip Goward is a co-founder of Smile, developers of PDFpen for Mac, TextExpander and more. He lives in San Francisco and has a passion for opera. You can find him on Twitter.
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