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What Say U? is on Orkut Top 100 Most Popular

January 23rd, 2009

I have been working on Google’s OpenSocial framework recently just for fun.

It was indeed quite fun now that when I check on Orkut’s application directory, this particular app I named ‘What Say U?’ is at page 4 of the Most Popular applications! If my calculation is correct, my app is ranked number 79.

Top 100 Most Popular App! What Say U, huh? 😉

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Orkut is Google’s version of Facebook but it isn’t as popular as Facebook of course. But I think there’s a lot of users particularly from the United States itself and Wikipedia says the majority is from Brazil.

When I created this application and submitted it, I didn’t expect much yet, but after a week or so, Orkut sent me an email with the statistics of this application.

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Nothing to shout about, but boy am I amazed!

Number of unique users who installed the app this week: 944
Total number of unique users who currently have the app installed: 1687
Number of times profile pages of users who have installed this app were viewed: 75199

Close to one thousand users has installed this application in a week! The number of times this app were viewed are almost closed to a hundred thousand. Well, quarter to a hundred thousand. 🙂

This could be the best application I have created by far for social networks!

Hope it will bring better things, which I’m really looking forward to it currently.

If it does happens, you can be sure that it will be revealed here, at Marvin Lee Dot Net.

Just so that if you’re curious about this app, why not add it to your Orkut if you have an account? Search for ‘What Say U?’ or click here: What Say U?

So, what do you say about What Say U?

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    1. January 23rd, 2009 at 11:06 | #1

      hi hi….visiting u here…wishing u a happy cny. have a nice day.

    2. January 23rd, 2009 at 19:49 | #2

      hmm. how does it work? it’s impressive enough even though it’s only about a thousand downloads. rest assured, the next will be me. hehe. gonna try it before I leave to Johor for CNY =D cheers mate

    1. February 17th, 2009 at 00:58 | #1