Facebook App Center is here for some

There are a large percentage of Facebook users that use the various applications on the social networking site, and gaming makes up for a large proportion of this, and today we can tell you that the Facebook App Center is here for some users.

We told you about the Facebook App Center last month and the fact that the company was looking for quality applications above all else, and now according to SlashGear Facebook has begun rolling out the App Center to its millions of users. The service will allow users to find games and other applications more easily.

The service is available for Android, iPhone, and Facebook app users, and users that access the site via their mobile browser, and the new service provides both browser apps that don’t require installation and native applications that are downloaded automatically from either Google Play or the App Store.

There are around 600 applications available at launch all with the common theme of Facebook integration, and the site is promising a highly individual experience for every user. Users along with their friends will be used to educate what titles are recommended, and Facebook is being strict on what apps are allowed onto the App Center to begin with.

User ratings will be used and apps will be removed that are not favoured by Facebook users, and applications can be viewed via a desktop and have a ‘Send to Mobile’ option that will see your handset automatically download the app being viewed.

Each of the applications have the privacy settings listed that includes what the app can access from your account, and which of your friends will be able to see your activity.

Among some of the first batch of applications includes the likes of Nike+ GPS, Pinterest, and Draw Something, there is also some new titles that have been added such as Ghost Recon Commander, Jetpack Joyride, and Ghosts of Mistwood. The service will be rolling out to all users over the coming weeks.

Have you got the Facebook App Center yet?

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