I have no smart phone. Or laptop. Or tablet. I don't have the latest versions of anything. Nothing I own has a touch screen. I have the basic Kindle, and I'm lucky to have that. For years, I used the Kindle for PC program.
I can't check out your app. I don't text. I don't tweet from anywhere but my old desktop. My dumbphone can access the web, but the last time I tried, I had so much trouble trying to 'type' using the number pad, I failed miserably and gave up further efforts.
I still use an answering machine. And a land line*.
Oh, I'm no Luddite. I used to be cutting edge. I was using Windows before they even had programs for the OS. I was chatting before there was an internet. I sampled all the new programs and versions of programs before the common guy could buy it. I was, to use the vernacular of today, da bomb.
Since then, I was dumped out of the technology boat and it moved on without me.
Sometimes I miss all the shiny, new gizmos. I'd squeal with glee over the latest sparkly phone... and then stare at the useless brick while I wandered the hillside desperate to find a few bars. (We have a kid who must visit someone in here during the summer. He never seems to find signal, but he keeps trying.)
If you're on the boat with all the latest technology, wave as you pass by.
* Seriously, until they make cell signals that don't drop your call mid-conversation, and ones that don't make everything sound like you're talking from inside a hole in the ground or that you're garbled or that you've got the mouthpiece tucked under your chin, I'm keeping my land line. You can have it when you pry it from my cold, dead hands.