Instagram, Socialcam, Glassdoor, Chill, Sims FreePlay and more on this week’s top 20 growing Facebook apps by DAU

Instagram tops our list of Facebook-connected applications growing by daily active users this week. The mobile photo sharing app got updates for iOS and Android this week.

Titles on our list gained the most DAU of any apps on the platform, growing from between 200,000 and 2.7 million MAU, based on our AppData tracking service.

Top Gainers This Week

NameDAUGainGain,%
1. Instagram5,100,000+2,700,000  + 113%
2. Socialcam7,700,000+1,300,000  + 22%
3. Glassdoor1,300,000+1,080,000  + 491%
4. Yahoo! Social Bar5,000,000+1,000,000  + 25%
5. Chill1,100,000+830,000  + 307%
6. Song Pop1,800,000+700,000  + 64%
7. Terra1,200,000+520,000  + 76%
8. 60photos630,000+490,000  + 350%
9. TripAdvisor™2,100,000+400,000  + 24%
10. The Sims FreePlay350,000+340,000  + 3,400%
11. Birthday Reminder600,000+310,000  + 107%
12. Pinterest3,300,000+300,000  + 10%
13. Wish550,000+270,000  + 96%
14. Get Revealed930,000+260,000  + 39%
15. Facebook300,000+250,000  + 500%
16. Pedido de Amigos810,000+240,000  + 42%
17. HTC Sense2,500,000+200,000  + 9%
18. Flipboard1,800,000+200,000  + 13%
19. MyCalendar – Birthdays2,400,000+200,000  + 9%
20. Microsoft Live14,100,000+200,000  + 1%

Video sharing app Socialcam took the No. 2 spot, growing steadily again after a drop in DAU earlier this month. Another Open Graph video app, Chill, came in at No. 5. Career app Glassdoor was No. 3 with a nearly 500 percent increase. The web integration has broken into the top gainers after appearing on our emerging apps list three weeks ago. When users add the app they can invite their friends as “inside connections,” and their friends will receive notifications to add the app.

No. 6 Song Pop was one of only two games in the top 20 this week. No. 10 The Sims FreePlay, an app for iOS and Android, got an update this week that allows users to invite their Facebook friends to get on a party boat. The app saw a 3,400 percent increase in Facebook-connected users as a result.

All data in this post comes from our traffic tracking service, AppData.