FBLinks is a useful facebook application that you can use to visually discover with graphics how your friends are connected to you and your other friends.
FBLinks uses graphics to display your friends profile pictures and connections to your other friends. The graphics of FBLinks are used to more effectively display how you're connected to your friends.
So you can find out how your friends are connected to you and others that you're friends with and also with those that you're not yet friends with.
Find out how your friends connect to your other friends and the friends of others
Increase the effectiveness of your ability to influence
Find out who of your friends are the most connected to your other friends and the friends of others
Suggest friends using FBLinks's ability to tell you who has the most mutual friends with another friend of yours and is not yet a friend
Determine the links between yourself and a user that is not yet a friend. FBLinks displays the closest links between you and the user.
3D Graphics: Rotate, zoom and place friends connections and images
Highlight connections between you, your friends and others
FBLinks can display friends that you're not yet friends with and how they connect to your friends if your friend uses FBLinks
FBLinks can also sequentially display each of your friends and their connections to your other friends using three different display methods
So start using FBLinks now to increase your ability to influence and to find out how all your friends are connected to you and your other friends.
You can use it for free for as long as you want although if you want the full functionality then you must register it for only $7.
All updates until the end of the year are also free with your purchase and all purchases have a 30 day money back guarantee.
So try it for free for as long as you want with all the essential functionality or purchase all the functionality for just $7.
Platform Windows NT/2000
Operating Systems Windows NT/2000,Windows XP,Windows Vista,Windows 7
Date added 6 Nov 2011
Last Updated 4 Jan 2012