Top Ten Facebook applications

Facebook has 46 million active users. Find out what they are spending their time on. Also read about some of the newest applications to hit the social networking site.

6/ X Me
By Jia Shen
What does it do? X me enables users to set an action on their page which people can do to them. Examples include hugging, slapping and ticking.
Amount of daily active users: 826,898

7/ iLike
By iLike
What does it do? iLike lets users add music to their profile and find favourite concerts or events. It also enables musicians to create an artist page, upload their own music and events, send multimedia bulletins to fans with iCast, and get detailed stats on their own fans.
About the developer: iLike is a social music discovery service with over 10 million registered users. The iLike Sidebar recommends new music, creates automatic playlists, and connects people through music. iLike is privately funded by Ticketmaster (IAC), Khosla Ventures, Bob Pittman, and other private investors. Based in Seattle, the company also operates indie music community GarageBand.com.
Amount of daily active users: 719,497

8/ Likeness
By Jia Shen
What does it do? Likeness enables users to compare themselves with friends by sending out quizzes. It also compares results to user's questions with those of a number of supposed movie stars.
Amount of daily active users: 695,465

9/ Movies
By Flixster
What does it do? Enables users to compare taste in movies with friends, share reviews and discuss new movies. There is also a Never-Ending Movie Quiz.
About the developer: Only a year old, Flixster is an online movie community site on the web with over 15 million registered users and over 500 million movie ratings.
Amount of daily active users: 619,929

10/ Graffiti
By Mark Kantor, Tim Suzman and Ted Suzman
What does it do? Graffiti lets you draw on your friends' profiles.
Amount of daily active users: 528,506

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