Google must be happy. YouTube is the world’s top-grossing app in the photo and video software category for a second quarter in a row.

To clinch the top spot, YouTube generated $138 million in user spending, according to data from app market monitor SensorTower. US-based users accounted for nearly 70 percent of its revenue, followed by Japan and the UK with 7 and 4 percent respectively. This represents a 220-percent growth in revenue year-over-year, the report further notes.

Tencent-backed photo editing tool Kwai came in second, followed by Chinese video sharing sensation TikTok in third.

For what it’s worth, YouTube stood on top of the video and photo software category in the first quarter of 2019, too.