In December, Facebook launched its revamped user profile feature called Timeline. The new version has caused a lot of debate among Facebook users, especially among those who prefer the original profile design. Today, Facebook announced a new way to add to a user's Timeline experience by adding apps from a variety of different companies.
In a post on Facebook's blog site, the company gives more information about the new Timeline apps:
If you love to cook, you can add the Foodily app to your timeline and share your latest dishes. If your friends have added the Foodily app, you can discover new recipes with each other, as you'll see their updates in the ticker and their timeline, and possibly News Feed.
If you're a traveler, you can add the Gogobot and TripAdvisor apps to bring a virtual passport to your timeline, and show your friends where you've been and share tips about your favorite spots from around the world.
News.com has a full list of all of the companies that are maing apps for Timeline, including Ticketmaster, Digg, Kobo, Zynga, Rotten Tomatoes, and Buzzfeed. You can start adding those apps on your Timeline via Facebook's app site. The apps are developed based on Facebook's Open Graph platform.