FamilyLink Climbs Facebook Developer Leaderboard

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Sorted by Monthly Active Users

  Name DAU MAU Daily Growth
1. Zynga 47,142,368 161,442,415 1.11
2. Playfish 12,136,211 57,661,305 -0.04
3. RockYou! 2,493,761 41,616,918 -1.41
4. Facebook 11,868,141 32,375,076 -0.26
5. Causes 2,135,480 31,881,017 0.72
6. Slide, Inc. 1,234,691 24,757,153 -0.05
7. Familylink.com 1,266,743 22,096,540 0.72
8. SlashKey 5,830,463 18,709,422 -0.08
9. 3happybytes 549,065 18,643,657 -4.07
10. LivingSocial 708,836 17,740,792 -1.30
 

If you don’t count Facebook’s own applications, FamilyLink.com is now the #6 developer in the Facebook ecosystem, based on Monthly Active Users. It won’t be easy to climb this chart, but with some of the new features we are launching soon, there is a chance that we will.

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