Being rich and powerful entails many mind-boggling perks, from luxurious journeys on private jets, to private journeys on luxurious bidets. Bringing a bourgeois amenity to your plebeian existence, the digital assistance of Dial2Do.
A spin-off launched by a Bluetooth software company, D2D was conceived as a mobile voice blogging service, but expanded its voice recognition tech to cover myriad tasks, resulting in a virtual secretary who'll never show up to work in unsexy pants. Sign up with your mobile number/email, input contacts, and you can use your cell to record and deliver perfectly transcribed emails/text messages on the go; accuracy's ensured by a blend of proprietary tech and human oversight, so your buddy Mike'll clearly understand you're dropping a bomb in the bathroom even as the police kick down the stall. Link up to your Google or 30 Boxes calendar (so, uh, Google calendar, but more to come), and you can schedule appointments with a phone call, meaning even if you don't feel like typing, you'll never forget to order pizza and cry yourself to sleep again.
Additional features include inbox audio playback, feed updating for sites ranging from Twitter, to Facebook, to PingFM, and a service that "translates what you say into another language and sends it back...as a text message", saving you the embarrassment of a snickering assistant when you're grounded in Spain, directing a handyman to fix your private jet's barely trickling bidet.