Business Insider/Antonio Villas-BoasMost people have a handful of go-to apps that never leave their home screen.
For some, it’s the clock app or a calculator for quick access. For others, weather and maps apps are must-haves. Still others prefer to keep their home screen a blank slate, putting all their apps on the second page.
As part of its 2017 US Mobile App Report, comScore recently surveyed phone owners 18 and up about the apps they need to have on their home screens, whether by themselves or grouped with other apps in a folder.
For most people, Google’s apps like Maps, Gmail, and YouTube took precedence, while others preferred keeping their social networking apps front and center.
Here are the 10 apps most people keep on their home screen: