Page creation tools continue to dominate our list of the fastest growing applications, as was the case last week. Plus, a number of applications that have previously appeared on this particular ranking and disappeared have made a comeback. And if you like what you see below, then you just might love the in-depth statistic tool that we use to build these rankings.
The Week’s Fastest Growing Applications
|Name||Daily Active Users||Monthly Active Users||Weekly Growth|
|1.Static HTML: iFrame Tabs||1,166,190||35,683,143||5,640,362|
|2. Daily Horoscope||4,118,120||8,239,292||1,647,296|
|3. Profile HTML||14,199||1,605,331||1,315,370|
|5. 21 Questions||927,264||11,609,230||1,130,269|
|8. Zombie Lane||1,239,991||7,493,637||954,632|
|10.HTML + iframe + FBML = iwipa||356,804||6,510,883||783,804|
|11. BandPage by RootMusic||1,197,768||24,575,162||716,709|
|12. Welcome Tab For Pages||217,355||3,876,534||693,133|
|14. Diamond Dash||1,418,065||8,249,344||636,587|
|16. Lux Delux||169,005||615,434||505,470|
|17. Draw My Thing||155,555||1,709,020||503,538|
|18. Super Texas Holdem Poker||39,264||752,705||490,007|
|19. VEVO for Artists||187,806||3,758,457||441,546|
|20. Advanced FBML||144,745||1,937,170||416,990|
Build A Page
Static HTML: iFrame Tabs triumphs once again as it holds down the top spot for a third week in a row. Between tabs built and total views on those pages, the tool finished with a weekly growth increase of 5,640,362. Profile HTML makes a first time appearance on our list as it secures the third position; the application finished with a 1,315,370 weekly growth total. Iwipa cuts our countdown in half yet again as it helped 783,804 page admins.
BandPage by RootMusic comes in 11th this time around; the application helped 716,709 musicians improve their pages. Welcome Tab For Pages is just a place behind as the tool finished with 693,133 adds. Advanced FBML rounds out our list with a 416,990 seven day increase.
Soft Reklam’s Daily Horoscope continues to move forward this week is it conquers third place; the astrological application is now being used by an additional 1,647,296 social networkers.
Videohane takes a massive leap forward as 1,235,304 new viewers successfully helped move the Turkish app into the fourth spot. VEVO for Artists is a tool used to add clips and videos to pages; 441,546 people helped the pushed the application into the 19th position.
Zynga lands two games on our countdown this week. CityVille reappears with a tremendous week coming in sixth welcoming 1,006,530 new players. Also making a first appearance in weeks is FarmVille; the game had 838,747 Facebook growing their own crops as it lands in ninth. Digital Chocolate’s Zombie Lane manages to land in between in eighth with a 954,632 weekly growth increase.
Wooga’s Diamond Dash holds steady in the 14th spot this week; 636,587 social networking gamers found themselves hooked. Draw My Thing has Facebook friends cooking up all sorts of weird and entertaining pictures before time runs out; 503,538 people started playing last week helping the application rest comfortably in 17th. Soft Reklam’s second application making the cut lands just a place behind; Super Texas Holdem Poker had 490,007 players trying their luck at a winning hand.
Microsoft’s Bing application had 976,010 likers synching up their accounts this week for an improved search engine experience. The application moves two spots forward as it rests comfortably in seventh place. Taringa is proving to be a hot go-to Spanish site; the newcomer comes in 13th as 659,764 people connected using their Facebook logins.
Fun With Friends
The relentless trend of applications that ask you about your friends continues with 21 Questions; the application makes a second appearance, moving up to the fifth position with 1,130,269 adds. Friend.ly returns to the countdown this week — after a hiatus — climbing into the 15th spot for newly connecting 547,316 social networkers from around the globe.
We close this week with a newcomer – Lux Delux. The application finished in 16th place after welcoming 505,470 new users.
Readers, did you find yourself using any of the fastest growing applications this week?