Discover My Top iPhone Apps for 2021

Discover My Top iPhone Apps for 2021

Table of Contents:

  1. Introduction
  2. Apps in the Bedroom
    • Audible
    • Clubhouse
    • Instagram
    • Twitter
    • Auto Sleep
  3. Apps in the Bathroom
    • Twitter
    • Instagram
    • YouTube Studio
    • Instapaper
  4. Apps in the Kitchen
    • Fantastical
    • TikTok
    • MyFitnessPal
  5. Apps on the Sofa
    • Instagram
    • Twitter
    • YouTube Studio
    • Hinge
    • Kindle
    • Podcasts (Air Audio)
    • Lightroom
  6. Apps on the Piano Keyboard
    • Ultimate Guitar Tabs
  7. Apps in the Car
    • Tesla
    • Spotify
  8. Apps at the Desk
    • Rome Research
    • Notion
    • Day One
    • Spotify
    • Superhuman
    • Discord


Hey friends, welcome back to the channel. In today's video, I want to share with you all the different apps that I use on my iPhone, categorized by the different locations in my house. So, let's dive in.

Apps in the Bedroom

When it comes to the apps I use in the bedroom, there are a few that stand out. The first one is Audible. I love listening to audiobooks before bed, and Audible is my go-to app for that. Currently, I'm listening to "The Pillars of the Earth" series by Ken Follett, which is fantastic.

Another app I occasionally use in the bedroom is Clubhouse. It's like an audio-based social networking platform, where you can join different rooms and listen to conversations on various topics. I've been spending quite a bit of time on Clubhouse lately, especially when I see my friends in America, who often host events at midnight in the UK. It can be quite addictive, and I often find myself staying up till 3 a.m., engrossed in the discussions.

Of course, there are also the classic time-wasting apps like Instagram and Twitter. Although I try my best not to bring my phone into bed, sometimes I can't resist scrolling through these platforms. I particularly enjoy scrolling through my own Instagram feed and reminiscing on old posts.

Lastly, an app that passively tracks my sleep is called Auto Sleep. Though I don't actively use it, it syncs with my Apple Watch and lets me see how well I'm sleeping.

Apps in the Bathroom

Now let's move on to the apps I use in the bathroom. Please don't judge; we all do it! The usual suspects are Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube Studio. As a YouTuber, I often find myself responding to comments while sitting on the toilet. It's the perfect time to catch up on engagement with my audience.

However, I've been trying to use the Instapaper app more frequently in the bathroom. It's a great tool for saving articles from the web that I want to read later. Instead of mindlessly scrolling through social media, I can take this time to catch up on my reading list.

Apps in the Kitchen

Moving on to the kitchen, one app I use is Fantastical. It's my trusty calendar app, which helps me stay organized and plan my day. I often use it while making a cup of coffee to check what's on my schedule.

Now, here's a guilty pleasure app - TikTok. Recently, I've been more active on TikTok, sharing life advice and other fun content. It's a great way to engage with a different audience.

In terms of health and fitness, I occasionally use MyFitnessPal to track my calories and macros. It helps me stay mindful of my nutrition goals, especially when I'm aiming for those elusive six-pack abs.

Apps on the Sofa

When I'm on the sofa, I love to relax and indulge in some mindless scrolling through Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube Studio. Occasionally, I'll also browse through Hinge, a dating app, to see if there are any interesting matches. It's always good to keep the options open, right?

If I'm in the mood for reading, I use the Kindle app. It's a convenient alternative when I'm too lazy to grab my physical Kindle from the bedroom. I just finished reading "Open" by Andre Agassi, and now I'm diving into "How to Find Fulfilling Work" by The School of Life.

Another app I enjoy using is Air Audio. This app lets me listen to podcasts at triple speed, which is great for catching up on my favorite shows. If I come across an interesting quote while listening, I can save it using the app's clipping feature, which synchronizes with my note-taking apps, Notion and Rome Research.

Lastly, when I feel like editing photos, I turn to Lightroom. It's a powerful app for enhancing images and adding creative effects before sharing them on Instagram.

Apps on the Piano Keyboard

As a musician, I often find myself on the piano keyboard. For chords and tabs to my favorite songs, I rely on the Ultimate Guitar Tabs app. It's a treasure trove of chord charts and song lyrics, making it easy to play along with my favorite tunes.

Apps in the Car

When I'm in the car, my go-to app is Spotify. I love creating playlists and listening to music while driving. It's my ultimate source of entertainment on the road.

Apps at the Desk

Lastly, at my desk, there are a few apps I use for maximum productivity. Rome Research is my preferred note-taking app for personal use. It syncs seamlessly across all my devices and helps me organize my thoughts and research.

When it comes to team collaboration and project management, Notion is my go-to app. It's where my team and I organize everything related to our YouTube channel, podcast, courses, and website. Notion keeps us on track and ensures smooth communication.

For private journaling, I use Day One. It's a secure and personal space where I can capture my thoughts and reflections. Day One has been a part of my life for years, and I appreciate being able to revisit past entries and see how I've evolved.

Other apps I use at my desk include Spotify for background music, Superhuman for efficient email management, Discord for communication with friends and fans, and for learning and expanding my knowledge in various subjects, including math, science, and computer science.

So, these are the apps that accompany me throughout my house and in every corner of my life. Each app serves a unique purpose and contributes to my productivity, entertainment, and personal growth. It's amazing how our smartphones have become such integral tools in our daily lives.

Thank you for joining me on this tour of the apps on my iPhone. If you found this video helpful, make sure to check out my other videos on the apps I use on my iPad and MacBook. Stay tuned for more exciting content, and feel free to leave any questions or comments below. Until next time, take care!


  • The author covers a wide range of locations in the house, providing a comprehensive overview of the apps used in each area.
  • The use of personal anecdotes and experiences engages the reader and adds a conversational tone that makes the content relatable.
  • The mention of specific apps and their functionalities gives the reader valuable insights into potential apps they could explore.


  • The article could benefit from some pruning in certain sections to avoid repetition and maintain a concise flow.
  • While the author provides descriptions of the apps used, additional details or pros and cons specific to each app could enhance the article's overall value.

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