Facebook owns the social graph in 2010, to the point where other services pretty much have to integrate with it if they want to get social. Two new examples are YouTube and Apple’s App Store. YouTube is encouraging its users to connect their YouTube account with their Facebook account, so they can see what videos their friends have been watching (and vice versa). Meanwhile, Apple has worked with Vitrue to create a version of its iPhone App Store for Facebook, allowing people to browse apps, share with friends and check the latest charts. Source: Mashable Source: Vitrue Blog
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