[00:00:30] My five most important business apps on my phone, these are probably not going to be as exciting as Sylvie’s as I’m a huge minimalist, so all of my apps fit one screen so I don’t have to scroll. I don’t have that many, just the necessary, and they’re not that exciting. The first one is the Notes app, which is already built in.
[00:01:00] I’m using that constantly to jot down notes throughout the day, or quotes, or conversations. The second one is Uber. I am constantly needing to be on the go and getting place. Thank goodness Uber gets me everywhere I need, especially when I’m traveling.
[00:01:30] Twitter is the third app that I spend most of my time one, and that’s because I love it as a social media platform. It really lets me build my relationships on the go. Then I’ve got Dropbox. That’s where I keep most of all of my important files. To have that accessible from my phone when I need it is really key for me. Then last but not least, Square is the last app that I’m using the most frequently, the most important, as that’s the way that we collect payments from clients when we’re working with them live.
[inaudible 00:01:51] The five business apps I use most often on my phone, the first one is Expense Cloud. It’s an awesome app where you can scan all those teeny, tiny receipts you might have in. They put it into a database for you. At the end of the year, you push one button and you have your tax report.
[00:02:00] The other one is ScanBizCards where you do the same with business cards. You just scan the business cards and they put the information into your address book, and even look up if that person is on LinkedIn or on any other social media platform.
[00:02:30] Then I have Genius Scan, which does the same for documents, scanning documents. My fourth one would be Ginger. Ginger is an assistant who help me because English obviously is not my first language. Ginger helps me when I type here not to type any kind of stupid stuff. Last but not least, there is The Image of Leadership, my fifth and favorite one. Was it self-promotion for my own app? Probably it was.