Facebook continues to storm the app charts. The company has claimed four out of the five spots for the most downloaded apps across the globe during the last quarter, according to an app analytics report.

App analytics firm Sensor Tower‘s new research reveals that WhatsApp, Facebook, Messenger, Instagram and Snapchat were the most downloaded apps for the first three months of this year.

While the numbers differed across the platforms of the App Store and Google Play, one common thing was the Facebook owned four out of the top five spots for the most downloaded apps worldwide.

Most downloaded apps

While the Messenger topped the charts on Apple’s App Store downloads, the Facebook headed the race on Google Play.

But as Facebook dominated the app market for downloads, the video and audio streaming apps dominated the revenue charts.

Netflix became the highest grossing app for the first quarter of 2017, with Line, Tinder, Pandora and Spotify completing the rest of the top five.

Top apps by revenue

To claim the number one spot, Netflix’s revenue grew a staggering 286 percent year-over-year – from $34.6 million to $133 million globally.

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