Dropify launched in January, integrating with Facebook’s Open Graph and allowing users to make files available for download via the social network, and share uploading and downloading activities to their Timelines and News Feeds. Developer Hike Social Apps late Tuesday introduced Dropify Download 2.0, with a host of new features.
Not long after the U.S. House of Representatives approved changes to a bill that would let video-rental services such as Netflix share viewer data (with their consent) to sites such as Facebook, the Senate gave its blessing, too. This means that soon, Netflix users will be able to share their movie histories with Facebook, much like music listeners do through applications such as SoundCloud, Songza, and Spotify.
Music application SoundCloud and Facebook’s open graph are in perfect harmony, and the social network called out the app in a post on its developer blog, highlighting its successful use of the platform.
Facebook announced Monday that its app center portal for discovery of applications is now available to 100 percent of its users in the U.S., Australia, Canada, India, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa, and the U.K.
Word has it that Facebook is putting the final touches on a music dashboard.