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Talking Points is the most successful Facebook application to date for Nokia. At the peak of its usage, there were more than 25,000 monthly active users.
Fans can select one of three stories to rewrite using their own words and friends. The fun story choices included Romeo and Juliet, and Cinderella and Prince ____________. With over 50,000 monthly active users and over 8,000 submitted stories, this popular app is still going strong!
Students from colleges throughout the country all competed for a chance to get the Dave Matthews Band to play live at their school. Students at the school with the most participations in terms of picture and video uploads won.
AA's earliest move into the social networking space. Travel Bag allows users to share their favorite travel destinations and keep a log of their travels among other things.
Twenty influential bloggers were each handed a Nokia 6650 to document a day in their lives. A custom application was created to accept their incoming picture messages and post them directly to the site in real time.
Fans of The Cheesecake Factory uploaded tons of photos for the chance to win a trip for two to anywhere in the world, or one of hundreds of instant win prizes. Over 3,400 photos were submitted by cheesecake lovers everywhere.
Say What is the classic telephone game revised for Facebook. Users take turns drawing and having their friends try to figure out what they were trying to say using only the previous image. When the game is complete, everyone can then see how the game started and how it ended by the time it got to the last person.
Create Secret Santa gift exchanges with your friends. You can also add items to your wish list to let your friends know of what you want for Christmas this year.
A Facebook application to supplement the wildly successful Loudest Pep Rally promotion. Students were able to keep track of how their school was currently ranked that day and how much their friends were contributing towards winning the Dave Matthew concert for their school.
A "hot or not" style application to see which users had the most beat up phones and in need of a new one.
Slam Book allows Facebook users to add friends to their own personal slam book, which is a book used by many youths to add comments about who they like, hate, or ask questions with that anyone in the classroom can pass around and answer.
Amzia was an online community that offered members a number of ways to participate with features such as a forum, photo uploads, blogs and more.