Spotify‘s Facebook application has been topping AppData‘s leaderboards for some time now. It’s the top gainer this week in monthly active users, accumulating almost 1.4 million new MAUs. Spotify has more than 32 million MAUs, and its daily active user/MAU engagement has increased 5 percent in the past week.
London-based Screenburn Media, which launched its Screenburn Facebook video-on-demand platform in December 2012, announced that it has secured $500,000 in angel investment and bolstered its board of directors.
The 2014 Grammy Awards were presented at Staples Center in Los Angeles Sunday night, and Facebook said some 6.3 million users were responsible for more than 13.5 million interactions related to the event.
If you’ve only just recovered from the Bitstrips epidemic, you might want to sit down, and not at your computer: The next big (albeit slightly less annoying) Facebook craze is coming. It’s called Flipagram, and it’s the latest chart-topper in the App Store.
Facebook finally responded to calls for more specific data on monthly active users, daily active users, and mobile MAUs and DAUs by specific country, but only in a eMagazine distributed to its advertising partners, titled “Facebook: The Annual.” However, a copy was leaked to TechCrunch.
Users of Facebook and other social networks who complete their “Missions” by sharing content can use their rewards — digital social currency units called “Vees” — to purchase digital music, movies, and eBooks following the launch Friday of a new marketplace from social currency platform Empire Avenue.
Facebook Weekly Highlights Brings You Post-Typhoon Hoops In The Philippines, Cricket Legend’s Farewell
Facebook Weekly Highlights features photos posted to the social network by celebrities and athletes. This week’s edition featured the photo to the left of retiring Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar leaving the pitch for the last time; as well as the photo atop the post, posted by National Basketball Association superstar and Miami Heat Forward LeBron James, of youths playing basketball in the Philippines amid the destruction caused by Typhoon Haiyan.
Attention, Arcade Fire fans: Creative posts about the band on Facebook and other social networks could result in tickets to an outdoor show in Los Angeles Oct. 29, at an unannounced location, on the day the band’s fourth album, Reflektor, is set to be released.