The numbers are in: teens continue flocking to Snapchat – at the expense of stalwarts Facebook and Instagram.
The Taking Stock with Teens report from Piper Jaffray quizzed 10,000 US teens about their social usage and preferences.
The report found 80% of teens use Snapchat monthly. This is up from 74% last year.
Conversely, 79% of teens use Instagram monthly, an increase of 3% since 2015.
However the most telling figure here is Facebook. According to the study just 52% of respondents use Facebook monthly. This is down from 56% in 2015.
The rest of the pack didn't fair that well either. Less than 50% of 14 year-olds use Twitter monthly, while 25% of teens visit Pinterest every 30 days.
A slender 22% login to Google+ every month.