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A new app wants to help you compile your top photos for the year.

The Top Nine app helps people sift through their nine most popular Instagram photos, which will help users create their end-of-year photo collage for social media.

The app, which is available on iTunes, requires people to insert their username (and login information, if your account is private). The app will then send you back your nine most popular photos of 2017.

Top Nine first made waves back in 2015, inspiring celebrities and all Instagram users to share their collages with the #2015BestNine hashtag, according to New York Magazine.

One of the app’s initial selling points: it works on any public account, meaning you could find out “which of Taylor Swift’s pictures were the most popular this year,” New York Magazine reported.

This year, the app provided more options for those who download it.

“The app's creators, which have created similar products in past years, say that the 2017 edition was designed so that the collages are formatted vertically, so users can add them to their Stories, rather than upload them as a standalone post,” according to Mashable.

Top Nine also allows people to order their popular photos to print. They can also be printed on mugs, hoodies, pillows and other items, Mashable reported.