You can stop refreshing your Twitter feed, backstalking yourself on Facebook, and scrolling ever-so-carefully through your ex's current girlfriend's first Instagrams 133 weeks ago.
Because, according to a new study, none of those social media platforms make you happier than Snapchat does.
Researchers at the University of Michigan assessed how 154 college students used their smartphones and found that the most "rewarding" communication — second to face-to-face interactions — happened through Snapchat.
"On the surface, many people view Snapchat as the 'sexting app,'" Joseph Bayer, the study's lead author and a researcher at the University of Michigan, said in a statement. "But instead, we found that Snapchat is typically being used to communicate spontaneously with close friends in a new and often more enjoyable way."