StumbleUpon, one of the most popular ways to discover new sites and videos on the Internet, today announced the release of a specially designed application for the Facebook Platform. The announcement came on the heels of hitting the recent milestone of two billion stumbles.
The StumbleUpon application for the Facebook Platform links users’ StumbleUpon and Facebook profiles. Now, users’ most recent “thumbs up” stumbles can be displayed right on their Facebook profile.
“The StumbleUpon application for the Facebook Platform blends discovery and social networking to create a perfect way for StumbleUpon and Facebook members to find and share new and interesting things on the Web,” said David Feller, vice president of marketing, StumbleUpon. “Finding the best sites on the Web just got easier for Facebook users.”
StumbleUpon has also unveiled a new feature within its newly redesigned user pages, called “What’s New.” Now, Stumblers can see the most recent discoveries within their network, facilitating sharing of the best sites within the StumbleUpon community.
Originally posted on June 28, 2007 @ 2:35 pm