Welcome to the start of 2022, although we’re already at the end of January, we managed to get our latest videos out, just like goats. There were many videos released in 2021, and we thank you for all your feedback, particularly on the Tesla Model S Plaid video, which you enjoyed. We wanted to start 2022 by presenting the applications that will make this year a great one, filled with amazing videos and fantastic ideas, all with superb organization. There are some applications that may be more professional than others, so let’s get started.
Heading 1: Introducing the Best Applications for 2022
First, let’s get something out of the way. Many people have asked about my Amazon store. I have been affiliated with Amazon for ten years, and I have everything you need for good cable management, as well as Tesla accessories. You can find the link in the description, so hopefully, you will no longer have to ask me about it.
Heading 2: Mastering Mme Appsteur
I recently started using Mme Appsteur, an application that I have been using for a few weeks and months. For me, it has always been difficult to find good places to go to when I arrive in a new city or if I want to take friends to great locations. I had tried using Google Maps, but it just wasn’t the same. Mme Appsteur, on the other hand, is more of a social network that lists various places, particularly restaurants. As I mention on my bio, I love trying out new culinary experiences, and I am willing to pay for exquisite delights. The feeling after dining in a spectacular restaurant is indescribable, and it is something that everyone should experience.
I have created a profile on Mme Appsteur, and I listed around fifty places, mostly in Monaco, but some in Paris and New York as well. You can follow profiles that you like on Mme Appsteur, and there are some that are verified and premium, such as Vogue, which features the best places with genuine articles, photos, etc. You can pay for these premium selections that require significant individuals, so discovering new places in a city you are not familiar with is even more exciting. I love using Mme Appsteur, and it is available for free on both iOS and Android. You can find the link in the description, and it does not earn me any profit. If you have any other app suggestions or want to criticize any app, feel free to leave a comment.
Heading 3: Finito3
Moving along, let’s talk about Finito3, which is my reminder app. I think I use only three apps to have my day functioning as planned; these are my email, Google Calendar, and Finito3. What I like about Finito3 is that you can create categories of reminders; for me, I created YouTube, I Makina Flox, and Kuoni categories. I created reminders for each of these categories so that I don’t get distracted by irrelevant reminders. Suppose I plan to work on my YouTube channel exclusively for one hour. In that case, I can select the YouTube category and not be disturbed by other reminders such as I Makina Flox.
If you are not familiar with I Makina Flox, check out the podcast below. It takes 20 minutes and features Manuel Diaz and Les Odeurs, where we talk about all things I Makina Flox.
Finito3 is also great because you can set deadlines; for example, if I need to organize a video shoot in two months’ time, I can create a checklist within Finito3, such as create the video’s introduction, enlist Les Odeurs for the race, etc. I can adjust their appraisals for the days or weeks to come without having to worry about changing my deadline for the video shoot. It’s incredible and makes my life so much simpler. There are many more features in Finito3, but I suggest you check it out for yourself.
Heading 4: Cryptes Points
Lastly, let’s talk about Cryptes Points, a cryptocurrency app. There are many cryptocurrency apps, but I decided to start using Cryptes Points a few weeks ago. The best thing about Cryptes Points is that it allows me to transfer my cryptocurrency or stable coins from decentralized or centralized exchanges to Cryptes Points, where I can exchange them for euros or sterling pounds and spend them immediately with a crypto debit card.
I wanted to use this app in 2022 because it is much more convenient than waiting 48 to 72 hours for a bank transfer in euros to arrive or having to exchange cryptocurrencies to fiat currency. If you’re interested in using Cryptes Points, I will provide an affiliated link in the description.
Heading 5: Concluding Remarks
Those are the applications I wanted to introduce to you that will make 2022 a productive and successful year for us. As always, if you have any suggestions, let us know in the comments or if you want to critique some of the apps discussed in this video, it’s always welcomed.
Before we go, let’s compare our screen times. Typically, mine doesn’t go beyond three hours per day, but I do spend around 1 hour and 15 minutes on YouTube Music, which I consider a worthwhile use of my time. I use my phone as an actual tool now, not just for time pass. I dislike using my phone for that purpose, and we may discuss this topic on my Twitch channel, which I suggest you follow on Twitter.
Thank you for watching, and I hope these application recommendations were helpful to you. See you in the next video!