Infographic: Top Smartphone Apps in the U.S.

When it comes to apps, Facebook and Google are forces to be reckoned with according to a new infographic from Statista. Pandora Radio and Instagram are also in the top-ranking Android and iOS apps as well.

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Whether your personal app use stacks up to match, it’s pretty clear that these are the apps to watch when it comes to connecting with today’s smartphone users.

That’s a community of more than 160 million people in the U.S. alone, per Statista, and it will grow to more than 200 million by 2018.

Which smartphone apps do you use the most?

2 thoughts on “Infographic: Top Smartphone Apps in the U.S.

  1. Spotify. I prefer it over Pandora because I get to choose the content- at least if I have previously created a playlist at my desk top. Even though both apps subject the listener to advertising, Spotify only plays songs on your particular list. I have noticed that if I tell Pandora I want to hear Tom Waits, for instance, it will play artists that don’t relate whatsoever.

    Also love myfitnesspal. Cannot live without googlemaps and gmail.

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