• Natallie Ateere

What's on my iPhone?

Hey guys, bringing you something different today because I've seen the videos on YouTube and I'm hoping you guys are inquisitive (nosy) like me too! Like most people, I spend a lot of time on my phone and it's usually never far from me. I use it for so many things and with the current situation, I find myself reaching for it more and more. I try to stop myself but it's difficult sometimes so I recently went through a purge and deleted apps that I didn't find useful and only left the ones I felt are useful for me. Aside from the Apple Standard front page, the 2nd page on my iPhone is organised into folders. I don't really like having to scroll through so many pages to find what I want. I have a friend who has close to 10 pages to scroll through on his phone - STRESS! So, without further ado, let's get into it! My folders are organised by function as per below:


FAITH - Bible apps (I have a few because they all have different functionality that I use when studying):

  1. YouVersion - best for variety of free bible translations and bible plans. Also good for using with friends

  2. Olive Tree - highlighter and notes capability with a parallel view for studying different verses at the same time

  3. Bible Study - has concordances that I use online

  4. In Touch - devotional and teachings by Charles Stanley (my favourite teacher: he breaks the word down in manageable, easy to understand chunks)


Shopping - I'm not going to link these because they are quite popular:

  1. ASOS - my favourite online clothes retailer

  2. Amazon - I'm on this literally every day! Jeff Bezos needs to pay me a commission

  3. Klarna - good for finding alternative retailers if you are looking for unique items

  4. Wayfair - I use this to get stuff for my house. Again, quite good for unique items

  5. Farfetch - Ok, so I have never shopped on here but I like to create wishlists and look at pretty things :)



Finance - I don't remember the last time I walked into a physical bank because I do everything online:

  1. Yolt - I use this to track my spending on all my current accounts and also check to see if I'm staying within my budgets so I don't have to download statements

  2. Chip - I love this app! I can put away small chunks of money every few weeks and forget about it until I REALLY need it

  3. Clearscore - very good for checking your credit report and score. I use this to make sure information about my accounts are correct


Social & Entertainment - This is what I spend my downtime on:

  1. Instagram - what can I say...follow me @NatallieA

  2. Pinterest - I love this app for finding ways to do things myself. I've found new recipes for cooking/baking and also ways to make my own beauty products e.g. facemasks

  3. YouTube - I like to watch natural hair videos because your girl needs help!

  4. ZOOM - I use this for my weekly bible study and church meetings


Productivity - for when I want to learn a new skill or work on my existing skills:

  1. WIX - I use this app to keep track of activity on my blog

  2. Dropbox - I store all my data on the cloud!

  3. Udemy - there are so many great courses (paid/free) for every topic you can imagine!

  4. Dictionary - I don't know whether to move this into my faith folder because I use this during my bible study. It's amazing how many word meanings we don't fully understand

I hope you guys find something useful in this post and also if there are any apps you can recommend, leave me a comment!

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