Zynga, Draw Something, Cities I’ve Visited, ESPN, more on this week’s top 20 growing Facebook apps by DAU

Zynga’s Slingo and Draw Something topped our list of the fastest-growing applications by daily active users this week. A few other games, page tabs, birthdays and Open Graph apps completed our list. The titles below grew between 110,000 and 2.4 million DAU, based on AppData, our data tracking service covering growth for apps on Facebook.

Top Gainers This Week

1.  Zynga Slingo4,000,000+2,400,000+ 150%
2.  Draw Something by OMGPOP14,600,000+800,000+ 12%
3.  Daily Horoscope420,000+400,000+ 2,000%
4.  21 questions940,000+370,000+ 65%
5.  Cities I’ve Visited500,000+300,000+ 150%
6.  schoolFeed4,100,000+300,000+ 8%
7.  Scramble with Friends2,100,000+300,000+ 24%
8.  Texas HoldEm Poker6,900,000+300,000+ 5%
9.  Super Ferme510,000+290,000+ 132%
10.  Happy Land450,000+250,000+ 125%
11.  Hoop De Loop Saga910,000+220,000+ 32%
12.  Niik60,000+220,000+ 367%
13.  Static Iframe Tab by Woobox1,700,000+200,000+ 13%
14.  The Price Is Right Slots180,000+170,000+ 1,700%
15.  مدينة الأهرامات320,000+150,000+ 88%
16.  Birthday Calendar210,000+140,000+ 200%
17.  Scribd800,000+130,000+ 19%
18.  Solitaire Blitz570,000+130,000+ 30%
19.  ESPN160,000+110,000+ 220%
20.  Static Iframe Tab430,000+110,000+ 34%

Zynga Slingo topped our list, with 2.4 million DAU. No other game passed 1 million new DAU this week. As mentioned, there were other games on the list: Texas HoldEm Poker, The Price Is Right SlotsSolitaire Blitz and a game in Arabic, مدينة الأهرامات.

Daily Horoscope grew significantly, asking users to invite their friends to the app, then 21 questions allows them to answer questions about their friends, publishing the answers to the feed. The Cities I’ve Visited Timeline app allows users to interact with friends over travel-related activities and American Greetings’ Birthday Calendar lets users make calendars with their friends’ birthdays.

There were a pair of social networking apps, a pair of tab apps, then the Facebook integrations for Scribd and ESPN.

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