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Selasa, 05 Oktober 2010

HTML Box Facebook Apps

This is a fun facebook apps. HTML Box is an application that allows you to add something that is quite a lot to your Facebook profile. You will make your facebook profile even more attractive with the apps are funny and also interesting apps. You still can not get around the rules autoplay again that Facebook has imposed on developers, but with HTML Box You can add almost any photo, video, text, or flash animations / applications you can think of. Sehinnga with facebook application you can add photos to your facebook, change the look and design facebook facebook look with your own creativity. On the one hand, HTML Box enables anyone have their customized applications to run on their profile (ie, this is perfect for advertising your website or business through your profile!).

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Senin, 28 Desember 2009

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Minggu, 19 April 2009

Fun Facebook Apps

Lots of fun apps for your facebook profile. We are making more and will add them soon. So keep visiting this page. And yes, if you have any great idea for a facebook app, do email us. Each link below will take you to the app's installation page on facebook.

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Today I'll be taking a look at the top 10 Facebook applications that are all about play. These apps are all about fun, and will probably waste time when you should be working. But, hey, we all need to to have a little fun. This is a completely subjective list, so not everyone will agree with our picks and I encourage you to debate them in the comments.

This post is the second part of a 5-part series that will identify the top 50 Facebook apps (10 each in 5 categories). If you missed Part 1, which deals with applications that have to do with work, check it out.


I had one main requirement for a flash gaming app: Desktop Tower Defense. Of the various game apps -- and there are many -- Games from RockYou! meets that requirement, and also integrates with Facebook better than most flash game apps. Flash games + Facebook = very little work getting done.


Matches is about secret admirers. If you have a crush on someone, list them as a match, and they won't find out unless they also express interest in you. Of course, there is a slight flaw in this app. The app tells users when someone has expressed interest in them, and because Facebook lists which of your friends use each app, unless most of yours have Matches installed it should be pretty easy to figure out who has that crush.


There are enough Facebook apps for rating and reviewing your book collection that they could fill out their own top 10 list. Bookshelf is neither the oldest nor the largest, but in my opinion its the best, even though it is a bit rough around the edges (I got some error messages, and some people have had some trouble importing from outside services, like LibraryThing). Bookshelf supports books, DVDs, games, and music, and lets you browse not only your friends collections, but also those within your network. Bookshelf also makes pretty accurate suggestions based on your Facebook profile before you've even added an item. The developers were smart to include an invite form as part of the install process, which should help spread the app faster.


BandTracker, an app from classifieds site Oodle, lets users track over 200,000 different bands and find out when they're coming to play in their area. The app also lets you see who your friends are tracking so you can find new music, or hook up with buddies to go to shows with.

Food Fight!

Food Fight! is one of the more silly apps on Facebook, but so far has already attracted nearly 1.8 million users. The premise is simple, each day you earn money with which you can purchase food to toss at your friends. The creators of the app have cleverly sprinkled ads for their other Facebook properties all around the Food Fight! applications, which has led to them owning a handful of the more popular apps on the platform.


Quizzes is an app that lets you create a quiz about yourself to find out how well your friends really know you. Which of your friends knows your nickname or your favorite pizza topping? Back when I was in high school, there was an app like this for AOL Instant Messenger profiles that spread like wildfire, and Quizzes seems to be doing just that with over 1.7 million users in just a couple of months.


There are multiple virtual pet apps on Facebook, but the simply named Pets is the only one I could find that adds elements of a role playing game. Pets lets you build up your pet's strength, buy gear for it, and then battle with other pets. Your friends can even help you out by petting or feeding your virtual pal. You can think of it as something like Pokemon for Facebook. Unfortunately a couple of features are disabled at the moment.

Honesty Box

Of all the requests I get to install applications, I get requests for Honesty Box the most -- I wonder what that means people want to say to me. Honesty Box is an app that lets your friends leave anonymous messages for you, both positive and negative. If your friends are too polite to let you know your new haircut makes you look like Herman Munster, then perhaps installing Honesty Box would be a good idea. Unfortunately, because Facebook tells you which of your friends have each app installed, this app suffers from the same flaw as Matches.


Being a writer, I had to include a collaborative writing application. Stories lets you write stories with your friends tiny bits at a time. There are a few annoying things about this application (like if you don't fill out all the required fields it erases the ones you have filled out -- including whatever you're trying to add to the story), but in all it is pretty fun, and ideal for silly stream of consciousness collaborations created with friends.


If you're like me, you love Scrabble but aren't too keen on the board set up and random letter tile distribution of Yahoo!'s Literati game. Enter Scrabulous, the companion Facebook app of a web site by the same name. Though likely infringing on any number of Hasbro trademarks, Scrabulous is a faithful reproduction of Scrabble game play that would make any logophile happy. It's not real-time, but that's actually not so necessary as Scrabble can be played one turn at a time.


Those are the top 10 Facebook applications that for play. Which apps did we skip that you think should be in the top 10? Which apps shouldn't be on our list? Please let us know in the comments. And be sure to check back in tomorrow for part 3 of our list. Let the debate begin!

Top Popular Facebook Apps

As part of Facebook Week here on Read/WriteWeb, I am going to be taking a look at the top applications on the Facebook platform. With nearly 1800 apps, the platform has been a runaway success for Facebook, and the most popular ten applications reach over 46 million users. I'm going to be breaking those 1800 apps down to the top 50 across 5 categories (10 in each). This is a completely subjective list, so not everyone will agree with our picks and I encourage you to debate them in the comments.

There are a lot of duplicates on the Facebook platform (i.e., there are at least 10 apps for cataloging books!), and some duplicates even share the same name. In that case, as with the rest of this list, I just chose the one that stood out to me as the best. Today's list deals with apps for work.

Simple Stock Quotes

You need to know what's going down on Wall Street and the Simple Stock Quotes app is the nicest way to get that done. It is super easy to set up, blends exceptionally well with the Facebook look and feel, and can fit nicely in either profile column. Simple Stock Quotes also adds a bit of a social aspect by letting you check out the stocks your friends are tracking, as well as the community at large (the most watched stock so far? AAPL, followed closely by GOOG).


To-Do is my favorite GTD app on Facebook. Add tasks, categorize, prioritize and add a due date. Due dates with To-Do are smart, so type "tomorrow" or "friday" and the app will know which day your task is due. Tasks can easily be edited or deleted (which is how you mark them as complete).


Not all of your business contacts are on Facebook, so when you need to contact someone on the outside, intrasite messaging just won't work. Enter Email, an app that lets you send email to anyone directly from within Facebook. Emails appear to be sent from your real email address, and if the recipient uses the provided web form link to reply, the replies are kept threaded in the app, which looks and feels basically like the default Facebook messaging app.


The Calendar app from 30Boxes is the nicest calendar on Facebook, in my opinion. It is a complete personal calendar solution that includes SMS reminders and a built-in to-do list function. You can also share upcoming events to you Facebook profile.

Zoho - Online Office

The Zoho app loads your Zoho documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and databases into Facebook. It can map to a current Zoho account and migrate your docs over, or you can create a new user. There are still a few bugs, and it isn't as fully integrated into Facebook as it probably could be, but even so, a full office suite that you don't need to leave Facebook to use is great.


Docs is a document sharing application from Scribd that already has over 50,000 uploaded documents. They tout it as a way to share "problems sets, poetry, lecture notes, and random funny stuff." However, despite their warnings, I can't help but think that some unscrupulous college students see Docs as a good way to plagiarize papers.


BillMonk is a great app that lets you track who owes you money and how much money you owe others. BillMonk is an infinitely useful application for anyone who has to deal with roommates and it follows the Facebook design conventions nicely.


WalkieTalkie adds free group chat to Facebook groups. Sometimes you just need to say it out loud, so WalkieTalkie can be a valuable tool for businesses that want to use Facebook as groupware.

Application Developer Services

Since you're reading Read/WriteWeb, there is a good chance that you're an app developer yourself. If you're looking to break into the Facebook app market, but don't really know where to start, then install the Application Developer Services app. It's sort of a marketplace for Facebook developers. App developers get a profile where they can show off their portfolio of Facebook apps, and businesses can search for the perfect developer for their application.

Lending Club

Well, now you have your programmer, but you need the cash to make your app a reality. Lending Club is a peer lending application that lets users take out loans funded by other users. Lending club opened on Facebook on May 24th, and has already lent out over $250,000 to Facebook users.


Those are the top 10 Facebook applications that can help you get some work done. Which apps did we skip that you think should be in the top 10? Which apps shouldn't be on our list? Please let us know in the comments. And be sure to check back in tomorrow for part 2 of our list. Let the debate begin!