More » Twitter is known as the real-time, public microblogging network where news breaks first.
Most users love it for its short message limit (now 280 characters) and unfiltered feed that showed them absolutely everything in the form of tweets.
You Tube also launched a premium subscription option, called You Tube Red, which removes all advertisements from videos. More » Instagram has grown to be one of the most popular social networks for photo sharing that the mobile web has ever seen.
It's one of the fastest growing apps out there, building its popularity on the idea of self-destructing "snaps." You can send a photo or short video as a message (a snap) to a friend, which automatically disappears a few seconds after they've viewed it.
Kids love this app because it takes the pressure off of having to share something with everyone like they would on traditional social networks.
Users can customize their blog theme, create blog posts in all sorts of different types of content formats, follow other users to see content in their dashboard feed and be followed back.
Reblogging and liking posts is a popular way to interact.
A lot of kids even admit to using Snapchat the most, suggesting that it could be the future of where social networking is headed. Have a look through the updated roundup of social networks below to see which ones are currently the trendiest.