This Week’s Top 25 Hottest Facebook Apps

It’s only been a week since Facebook announced Platform, enabling anyone in the world to create Facebook applications. Hundreds of Facebook apps have already been created in the week since. So here’s a look at the Top 25 Hottest Facebook Apps for the week of June 3, 2007:

1. iLike1,224,178 Facebook users

iLike has stormed out of the gate with over a million people signing up for the app in its first week of availability. iLike lets you add music and videos to your profile, see when concerts are coming up for bands you like, and see who’s going to what concerts.

2. Horoscopes909,925 Facebook users

Out to a strong second is RockYou Horoscopes, with almost a million users. Horoscopes give you bi-daily updates on your zodiac sign (and every other if you want) on your profile page, with customizable skins.

3. X Me509,016 Facebook users

Can’t get enough “poking” on Facebook? X Me lets you add any kind of “action” on your profile to let people do to you (think pinch, punch, etc, etc, etc…okay stop).

4. Movies428,735 Facebook users

Flixster lets you add your own movie ratings and reviews to your Facebook profile, and see what your friends said about movies they’ve watched.

5. Audio418,073 Facebook users

Audio by Numair Faraz lets you search for and listen to music, and add your favorites to your Facebook profile. You can also see what music your friends have on their profiles. All the audio is user-submitted.

6. Trakzor – 375,876 Facebook users

Trakzor lets you see who has visited your profile page. With Facebook’s historical strength in privacy, this is sure to be interesting – there’s lots of complaints on the apps message board and groups forming to protest its use already!

7. Slideshows305,697 Facebook users

RockYou is continuing its Facebook app dominance with Slideshows. Slideshows lets you bring your Facebook photos into customized animations on your profile page.

8. Video264,169 Facebook users

Even though this is a Facebook-produced app, we decided to include it because it launched at the same time as other Platform apps. Facebook Video lets you share your personal videos on Facebook and send video messages to friends.

9. Games246,998 Facebook users

Bunchball has jumped out to the early lead in the Games category. Games gives you a continuously changing set of multi-player games on your profile page. You can get automatically matched with another player or invite your friends to play.

10. The Compass195,811 Facebook users

The Washington Post is showing itself to be forward thinking with an early lead in the Politics category. The Compass has you answer a survey on political issues to determine your political leanings. Then, a “compass” is placed on your profile page to show your friends where you stand.

11. Picnik175,321 Facebook users

Picnik lets you edit your photos from right within Facebook. It’s rumored that Adobe is creating Photoshop on the web, but Picnik is much easier to use, and already has a couple hundred thousand users!

12. Roshambull113,911 Facebook users

The guys at Red Bull are all over Facebook apps with Roshambull. Roshambull is a Red Bull branded version of Rock Paper Scissors (otherwise known as RoShamBo).

13. Extended Info111,421 Facebook users

Extended Info is a great little app by Trey Phillips that lets you add fields of your choice to your profile page with the Extended Info box.

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