The dedicated hub will compile apps, services and plug-ins that are integrated with the social network, such as Spotify and Vevo.
Pinterest, Netflix, Flixster, Draw Something, Viddy and many more will also feature in the hub. Popularity and user ratings will also appear on the page, helping users select which application best meets their needs.
"Success through the App Centre is tied to the quality of an app. We use a variety of signals, such as user ratings and engagement, to determine if an app is listed in the App Centre," read a blog post from Facebook.
The company pledged its support to app developers, saying that it will allow them to charge users for accessing their products through Facebook in the future.
Facebook's App Centre will be available through the browser version of the service, and will also be added to the iOS and Android apps.