Gifts, videos, weddings, movies and mobile were on our list of top 20 emerging Facebook applications by monthly active users this week. The apps were mostly in English, a few in Turkish, and one in Polish and grew from between 100,700 and 634,300 monthly active users.
We compile this list with AppData, our data tracking service covering traffic growth for apps on Facebook and covers apps that grew the most in the past week, ending at between 100,000 and 1 million MAU.
Top Gainers This Week
|5.||Welcome Tab for Pages||899,178||+241,335||+37%|
|7.||Movie List Challenges||588,981||+237,590||+68%|
|9.||FBML Tab Maker||260,025||+188,029||+261%|
|14.||Treasure Land by Kudos Media||675,601||+109,703||+19%|
|19.||Hy.ly Welcome Tab app||421,019||+101,874||+32%|
|20.||Profiline bakanlar, Seni arayanlar kim ?||107,230||+100,662||+1,533%|
A Turkish virtual good app topped our list this week; Send Gift grew by 634,300 MAU by allowing users to send heart-shaped gifts to their friends’ Walls. Then there were two more Turkish apps for videos. Harika Videolar grew by 376,600 MAU and Video Galerisi by 301,700 MAU. The two apps allow users to view, share and Like videos, consequently generating feed stories.
Interestingly, there was about a handful of Page administrator apps on our list this week. Welcome Tab for Pages grew by 241,300 MAU and allows users to create a custom welcome tab for their Pages. FBML Tab Maker added 188,000 MAU by allowing users to create customized FBML tabs. Hy.ly Welcome Tab app saw 101,900 MAU with a welcome tab generator app that helps Page admins create a tab asking visitors to Like their Page. Finally Profiline bakanlar, Seni arayanlar kim ? saw 100,700 MAU this week; the app appears to be a Turkish Page admin tool.
The Movie List Challenges app, which allows users to complete quizzes on which movies they’ve seen and publish to the stream with inviting questions, grew by 237,600 MAU. LiveProfile provides a cross-platform messenger service for iPhone, Android and BlackBerry devices; it grew by 205,900 MAU.
The Polish app Wedding Clock was interesting because it claimed to predict the future; the app grew by 107,800 MAU. The app asks 15 questions to determine your wedding date — such as age, sex, favorite color — and publishes a feed story telling you the anticipated day of your wedding.