Millennials weigh in: Which app would you delete first from your phone?

We’ve all been there before: that dreaded moment when your phone hits max storage capacity. You can’t take another selfie or add a new song to your playlist. And forget about installing the latest version of Candy Crush. So you have to make a hard choice about what to purge. We asked some millennials: which app would be the first to go from your phone?

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