Draw Something, birthdays, Formspring, Microsoft, more on this week’s top 20 growing Facebook apps by DAU

The game Draw Something topped our list of growing Facebook applications by daily active users this week. There were also a pair of apps by Microsoft, some birthday apps, Timeline apps and more.

The titles below grew between 230,000 and 6 million DAU, based on AppData, our data tracking service covering growth for apps on Facebook.

Top Gainers This Week

1.  Draw Something by OMGPOP10,200,000+6,000,000+ 143%
2.  Birthday Calendar2,300,000+2,220,000+ 2,775%
3.  Spotify6,500,000+1,100,000+ 20%
4.  Angry Birds2,900,000+900,000+ 45%
5.  Bing4,200,000+500,000+ 14%
6.  MiCalendario – Cumpleaños1,100,000+360,000+ 49%
7.  Formspring560,000+340,000+ 155%
8.  Bubble Witch Saga5,900,000+300,000+ 5%
9.  Microsoft Live19,500,000+300,000+ 2%
10.  MyCalendar – Birthdays2,300,000+300,000+ 15%
11.  Pandora1,500,000+300,000+ 25%
12.  Yahoo!2,300,000+300,000+ 15%
13.  Zynga Slingo470,000+280,000+ 147%
14.  Family Tree550,000+270,000+ 96%
15.  Shufflr530,000+270,000+ 104%
16.  Photo Roll320,000+260,000+ 433%
17.  Scribd890,000+250,000+ 39%
18.  Hoop De Loop Saga550,000+240,000+ 77%
19.  BranchOut720,000+230,000+ 47%
20.  Solitaire Blitz240,000+230,000+ 2,300%

As mentioned, Draw Something by OMGPOP topped our list of apps growing by DAU, with more than 6 million alone during the past week. Every other game paled in comparison to that growth. Then there were two types of birthday apps. American Greetings’ Birthday Calendar, which creates a calendar interface allowing users to select friends to whom to send e-cards and the MiCalendario – Cumpleaños or MyCalendar – Birthdays variety, which auto-selects all of a user’s friends for app requests.

Timeline apps on our list included Spotify, with a whopping 6.5 million DAU, and a good amount of growth in the United Kingdom. Formspring is back with its Timeline app and BranchOut has added a button allowing users to invite all their professional friends to the app with just one click.

Microsoft made the list twice, with its Bing app and Microsoft Live app, which asks users to consolidate their Facebook profile with their Windows Live profile. Other apps of note included Pandora, Yahoo and Family Tree,  a genealogy app that works better the more people you invite to use it.

All data in this post comes from our traffic tracking service, AppData. Stay tuned for our look at the top emerging apps on Friday.