Or as we could incorrectly ask, "What do you use your cellphone for?" Preposition at the end is a mistake you know but it is so easy to say!
Anyway, are you like me? I use my phone to take pictures of friends, "Kodak" moments, and cute interesting things that I discover such as an 8 ounce bag of rice, so easy to carry up to a third floor apartment. How about the 4 ounce bag of coffee? Umm that smells so good!
Or the quenepas or guinups that I got on the street for a dollar in a little rolled up paper bag folded down to look so full. I actually got them from a young man that did not look very honest and I took a chance on him dropping my purse down on the other side of the car first before I lowered the window to hand him my two dollars. He insisted I had to taste one, right there and then. What is up with these guys telling me to eat stuff on the spot? Remember the corn on the cob a month ago.
In addition, I like to take pictures of babies doing silly things they don't even know they are doing. Look closely at the photo. Then I like to take pictures of random things I need to remember and rather than waste good paper, I take a picture and then share it with the salesperson. Or how about comparison shopping such as air conditioners? A picture with a price and brand is at my fingertips. Not that I included it, but I have also taken pictures of somethings I would like to have and can't afford but think I can make myself. Dress designs, a motif, a painting... anything that catches my attention.
These wonderful cellphone cameras are so versatile. They are not just for people pictures. You only have to think outside the box a little. So what do you use your camera for?