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Facebook Promotes App Center, Top Games on News Feed

If you log on to Facebook today, you may see a new info box at the top of your news feed. Facebook is taking the time to promote the top games in their newly launched App Center. Facebook’s App Center, their giant hub for apps and games that connect via Facebook, officially launched in the U.S. on June 8th. About …

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Facebook App Center Now Live Worldwide

Less than two months after Facebook made its new App Center live for U.S. users, they have opened it up to everyone in the world. From a post on the Facebook Developers blog: We’ve been gradually rolling out the App Center to ensure a smooth transition for users and developers used to the old Apps and Games dashboard. Based on …

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Facebook Pushes App Center To 7 More Countries

Hola, bonjour, and guten tag, app developers. As of today, there are seven more countries in the world with access to Facebook’s App Center. Today, App Center is available in Brazil, France, Germany, Russia, Spain, Taiwan, and Turkey. Here’s what Facebook told its user in Brazil (translation): From today the App Center will be available for users of Brazil. This …

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Facebook App Center Begins Global Rollout, Developers Told To Get To Translating

Last week we told you that the Facebook App Center was beginning to show up for users in the U.K. Now, Facebook has officially launched the App Center in seven new locations, including the U.K., Australia, Canada, India, Ireland, New Zealand, and South Africa. If you’re in one of those areas, you’ll see the App Center in your left-hand bookmarks …

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Facebook App Center Pushed To U.K. Users

Facebook launched the App Center in the U.S. on June 8th, after a few weeks of speculation. The Facebook App Center was billed as the best new way to find all of the Facebook-connected mobile and web apps, all collected in one convenient location. Facebook’s App Center originally launched with just over 600 apps, which were all listed with a …

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Facebook Is Serious About App Rating Integrity

When Facebook announced its new App Center last month (and again when they finally launched it earlier this week), they chose to focus on its reliance on user ratings in order to determine the visibility of apps. They clearly stated that only “high quality” apps will appear in the App Center, and the measure of quality would be based on …

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Facebook App Center Now Live For U.S. Users

As expected, Facebook officially launched their new App Center to the public on Thursday evening. The App Center is billed as the premier place to find Facebook-connected social apps for both mobile and the web. Facebook’s App Center launches with more than 600 apps, including expected favorites like Draw Something, Pinterest and Nike+ GPS. As of right now, Pinterest is …

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Here’s What Facebook’s App Center Looks Like On iOS

The Facebook App Center is set to launch any time now, if recent reports are to be believed. The company announced the App Center early last month and said that it would become available in the “upcoming weeks.” Yesterday we told you that that time has most likely come, and the official launch is imminent (within days). As of the …

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Facebook App Center Launching Any Time Now [REPORT]

Early last month Facebook announced the App Center which, unsurprisingly, mirrors various other app hubs out there by allowing users to find and download apps. At the time, Facebook said that the App Center would launch on the Web, iOS, and Android sometime in the next few weeks. According to a source quoted by Business Insider, that time has come. …

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Facebook Explains Mobile Apps On App Center

It’s pretty clear by now that Facebook is banking a lot on its new App Center. It’s going to further Facebook’s goal of having a hand in every piece of Web traffic as it helps connect users to their favorite applications on the Web. What we don’t know yet are specifics, but Facebook has been slowly trickling them out. One …

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Facebook Lets Users Buy Their Way Onto News Feeds

As much as Facebook would love to still portray itself as a collection of care-free hackers working for its social network users, the company now has investors to answer to. Now that the company has gone public, it will have to report its quarterly earnings to shareholders, who will expect nothing but growth. Facebook is keenly aware of this, and …

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