Red Bull, Halloween, Quora, Grooveshark, Pixable, “Twilight,” and More on This Week’s Top 20 Emerging Facebook Apps by MAU

There was a trio of contest applications, a few media-related apps such as Grooveshark and Pixable, and then a mixed bag that included Quora and a Halloween app on our list of emerging ones by monthly active user growth. The apps on our list grew from between 80,000 and 310,000 MAU, based on AppData, our data tracking service covering traffic growth for apps on Facebook. We define emerging applications as those that ended with between 100,000 and 1 million MAU in the past week.

Top Gainers This Week

1.  Red Bull Home Tab550,000+310,000+129%
2.  Amazon Sweepstakes470,000+260,000+124%
3.  JibJab890,000+230,000+35%
4.  夢幻商城220,000+160,000+267%
5.  Grooveshark880,000+130,000+17%
6.  Win Free ASOS For A Year620,000+130,000+27%
7.  Pixable900,000+120,000+15%
8.  Halloween Treats520,000+120,000+30%
9.  Stardoll910,000+120,000+15%
10.  Quora210,000+120,000+133%
11.  Playboy – Bad Girls150,000+110,000+275%
12.  Fbp990,000+110,000+13%
13.  Profile Banner490,000+100,000+26%
14.  Spa Life480,000+100,000+26%
15.  Pieces of Flair310,000+90,000+41%
16.  Slots Farm – Slot Machines330,000+90,000+38%
17.  Big Photo290,000+90,000+45%
18.  3D Slots1,000,000+85,559+13%
19.  開心農場3 活力莊園330,000+80,000+32%
20.  Breaking Dawn – Part 1360,000+80,000+29%

First the contest-ey apps. There was Red Bull Home Tab,  topping our list with 310,000 MAU, but the app just appeared to be a tab on the Page. Then Amazon Sweepstakes with 260,000 MAU and Win Free ASOS For A Year with 130,000 MAU appeared to work with Connect.

JibJab continued to grow on our list despite the fact the app says it does not work, it saw 230,000 MAU this week. Halloween Treats with 120,000 MAU appears to allow users the chance to send a virtual gist to friends, but first it asks you to invite all your friends to use the app. Quora’s app works with Connect and grew by 120,000. Another broken app, Playboy – Bad Girls, grew by 110,000 MAU. Dating app Fbp grew by 110,000 and Pieces of Flair, which says it provides personalized buttons as virtual gifts, grew by 90,000 MAU.

Then the media apps.

Grooveshark grew by 130,000 MAU; the app uses Facebook Connect to allow users to utilize a separate website as a music player with which they can search and share music. Photo apps Pixable with 120,000 MAU, Profile Banner with 100,000 MAU and Big Photo with 90,000 MAU made the list. Finally, Breaking Dawn – Part 1, which is just a video app, saw 80,000 MAU.

All data in this post comes from our traffic tracking service, AppData. Stay tuned next week for our look at the top weekly gainers by monthly active users on Monday, the top weekly gainers by daily active users on Wednesday, and the top emerging apps on Friday.