60 Companies Unveil Open Graph Apps for Facebook Timeline

By Liam Foy

There are new Timeline apps available! You can now enhance your Timeline with apps that help you tell your story, whether you love to run, cook or listen to music. Once you’ve added an app, you can begin updating your Timeline with your activities as they happen.

Timeline apps are for the activities you want to share with friends. You choose when to add an app, and you decide who can see it. After you’ve added an app, you can always remove posts directly from timeline, and you can also edit your settings from your personal Activity Log.

To see all of the all of the apps click here or browse below to see what apps might interest you.

Travel

  • Gogobot
  • Airbnb
  • TripAdvisor
  • Wipolo
  • Where I’ve Been

Food and Wine

  • Foodspotting
  • Cookpad
  • Snooth (wine)
  • Urbanspoon
  • Yummly
  • Foodily

Shopping and Fashion

  • Pose
  • Pinterest
  • Polyvore
  • Oodle
  • Fab.com
  • eBay
  • Giftrocket
  • Payvment
  • Livingsocial

Fitness

  • MapMyRun
  • Runkeeper

Entertainment

  • Rotten Tomatoes
  • Dailymotion (French video site)
  • Cinemur (French video site)
  • Metacafe (videos)
  • Ford (game)
  • Wooga (Bubble Island, Diamond Dash)
  • OMGPOP (Draw My Thing)
  • Zynga (Words with Friends, Castleville)

Giving

  • Causes
  • Fundrazr
  • Artez.com

Job Search

  • BranchOut
  • Monster

Photo And Video Sharing

  • Color

Education

  • Courserank
  • Grockit

Books

  • Goodreads
  • Kobo

Ticketing

  • StubHub
  • Ticketmaster
  • Ticketfly
  • ScoreBig

App Discovery

  • Appsfire

Art

  • Artfinder

Cars

  • Autotrader

Location

  • Foursquare

What apps would you love to see? Do you use many apps?

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This post was written by Liam Foy

As Head of Client Services, Liam ensures that all of his clients’ strategies are on track, delivering ROI and coming up with new ideas to drive them forward. Beer makes him tick, reading, learning and drinking it.