Love 'em or hate 'em, Facebook's timeline apps seem to be here to stay.
"As media organizations build new timeline apps, initial results show significant increases in traffic and engagement, while allowing media sites to reach new--often younger--demographics," Facebook Director of Media Partnerships Justin Osofsky said in a statement.
The new apps include Buzzfeed, CBS Local: Los Angeles and New York, CMT, The Daily Show, GetGlue, Huffington Post, Mashable, MSNBC.com, MTV News, Pixable, Sporting News, and the Today Show.
Before today, Facebook's media partnerships included The Washington Post, The Guardian U.K., Yahoo, Rockmelt, and Digg--and they've done pretty well.
The Guardian app has been installed more than 5 million times since launching last September, according to Osofsky, and more than half the app's users are 24-years-old and under.
Facebook introduced Timeline at its F8 conference in September, and the apps rolled out in January. Since then, users have begun sharing news articles, songs, and videos with their friends. According to Facebook, some apps are doing especially well, like Pinterest, which grew by more than 60 percent since becoming a Timeline app less than a month ago.
"We look forward to seeing more media apps come to Timeline--giving media organizations new ways to connect with their readers and distribute their content to new audiences," said Osofsky.