Top Mobile Apps to Download:
Best & Most Popular of the iOS (App Store) and Android (Google Play)
I want to tell you what's on my mobile phone. What are the downloads that give me, a business man and a consumer, the opportunity to make better decisions and have a more efficient life? These are the top five on my phone that you need to download. You won't regret it.
These are the best of the best iOS and Android apps on the market. They make me a more informed consumer, and I want to help you become a more informed consumer. These are some of which we've invested in and we'll give you some reasons why, because once you've downloaded them, you're like, "Ah, I wish I could have, too."
These are the top five mobile apps you must download. Number one is RadPad. RadPad is absolutely transforming the way that we pay rent, whether you're in New York City, or Los Angeles, where RadPad is based, the process of paying rent is such a pain in the ass, right? The idea that you have to write a check every month to your landlord, and you have to get it right on time. It's so antiquated. This archaic process though has been there forever and it seems like there's no solution, but I'll tell you this much. RadPad is your solution. If you're a tenant and you're paying rent and you want to do this faster, better, and make this whole process less of a pain in the ass, RadPad is that app for you. You've got to download it. They've got really cool partnerships and opportunities to pay your rent on time with less headache and less worry. That's RadPad. Check out RadPad.
RadPad makes paying rent faster and better.
The second one is Buffer. We're big fans of Buffer, not only having been an investor in Buffer early on, but Buffer is rapidly growing because people love them. They love their mobile app, which, if you're into social media and you've got a social media accounts, and you want to distribute some great content across all your social media accounts, Buffer gives you that opportunity instead of having to log in each time. You can post something funny or clever or about your business through Buffer, and they've got a super inexpensive monthly plan for consumers and even businesses, so check out Buffer and download it today.
The third is Acorns. I use Acorns. I was one of the first on their wait list and I've been using Acorns to make small, super simple, automatic investing. They're part of this automated robo-investing movement that's taking on the big brokerage houses where you have to pay all these fees. With Acorns, you download the app and it syncs up to your bank account. With each of the change that they see in your account, meaning a little bit extra from every purchase, they ask you whether you want to, instead of wasting that in a non-collective interest rate account, invest it into ETFs that can, over time, accumulate and build into a nice retirement egg. That's Acorns.
The fourth one is Luxe, l-u-x-e, Luxe. Being in a big city, having the headaches of dealing with parking nightmares everywhere. I'm actually in Washington DC but I travel in San Francisco for investments, and if you're in a big city, you know what it feels like to try to find a place to park. It is a pain in the ass. Let's get rid of your pain in the ass of having to find a place to park and spend all this crazy amount of money. Go sign up for a Luxe subscription right now, and download the app; it's Luxe Parking, Luxe Valet. It's on iOS and Android and it's an awesome app for you to have.
Luxe makes parking in cities like New York City, San Francisco and Washington D.C. less inconvenient and less expensive.
I've got both a personal as well as a professional connection to our number 5. A buddy of mine who went to Cornell, who's a rock star in the startup world (and in general), built his own websites and is running the product at Tasting Table. His name is Rohit Gupta. He's helped build out the product for Tasting Table, which is phenomenal in every sense of the word. They've got a super simple app that gives you restaurant recommendations and it's called DINE by Tasting Table, d-i-n-e by Tasting Table. They've just been released and I was one of the first to download it. I was following them before they were acquired by Tasting Table when Rohit was running Flavour. Check out DINE by Tasting Table. You will not regret that if you're a foodie just like me, or you want some awesome recommendations, because I know it can be confusing. You know, where should you eat? What are the best recommendations? Frankly, Yelp sucks, so check out DINE by Tasting Table.
Those are my top five mobile apps. You've got to download them. Obviously, I would never recommend anything to you unless I'd used them, too before, so RadPad, Buffer, Acorns, Luxe, Tasting Table - put them on your phone. You won't regret it.