Here are the 11 fastest-growing apps in the US

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Lyft

Apps that improve your daily life are the fastest-growing type in the US.

That’s according to the measurement and analytics firm comScore, which ranked the 11 fast-growing apps in the country over a period of two years – December 2014 to December 2016. ComScore only measured the growth of unique users over the age of 18.

Ride-hailing apps like Lyft and Uber broke the top 10, while apps for selling your stuff were another popular category.

Here are all the fastest-growing apps in the US:


11. GroupMe

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GroupMe

Microsoft’s group messaging app was up 101% over the past two years.


10. Tinder

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Tinder

Tinder, a dating app that lets you swipe through potential matches and chat through the app, grew 166%.


9. Lyft

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Lyft

Lyft, the ride-hailing app that’s Uber’s main competitor in the US, has grown 246% over the last two years.


8. Waze

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The Israeli navigation app that Google paid over a billion dollars for has grown 260% since 2014.


7. Wish

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Wish, a shopping app that offers extremely low prices, has seen a 336% bump in unique users over the last two years.


6. Uber

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Uber

The $70 billion ride-hailing service has seen its app grow 443% since 2014.


5. Venmo

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App Store

Venmo, an app for quickly sending and receiving money, has grown 677% in two years.


4. Flipp

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Flipp

Flipp, an app for grocery shopping that lets you scan weekly coupons and flyers, has seen an 850% spike over the past two years.


3. Letgo

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Letgo

Letgo is an app for buying and selling your stuff locally. The app grew 1,085% between June 2015 and December 2016.


2. OfferUp

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The mobile marketplace for buying and selling is the second fastest-growing app in the US: It grew 1,213% over the last two years.


1. Bitmoji

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Bitmoji

Bitmoji, the personalized emoji app owned by Snapchat, is the fastest-growing app in the US: It grew 5,210% since between February 2015 and December 2016.