Finally, a (fun) frenemy app

Facebook apps were sooo 2008. I know.

But what CP+B recently produced for the unrelenting Burger King hype-machine still deserves some kudos just because it’s actually consumer-centric, not stupid-useless-app-centric. I’ve been a fan of a frenemy application since the app craze started, but facebook policy always made developers play nice in the sandbox. I guess they finally let their walls down.

Introducing… let the dissing begin.


One response to “Finally, a (fun) frenemy app

  1. …this would work so much better if you got a notification when someone de-friended you. As it is…people will have no idea WHY they’re being de-friended…and the application will die on the vine?

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