Amazing New Foursquare App Now Available For Windows 8/RT Devices

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FourSquare Windows 8 app

Foursqaure today released a all new app for Windows 8/RT devices in Windows Store. This is not a version which was ported from iOS or Android, instead Foursquare worked with Microsoft to create a stunning new visual experience to explore the local places. The new app is focused more on helping users find restaurants, bars, pubs, etc.

The usual Foursquare’s activity feed is not available through this app. Foursqaure says it was designed that way, “This was a very conscious product decision–we wanted to put the attention on finding great places,”.

Description:

Foursquare for Windows 8 helps you make the most of where you are and where you are going. Keep up with your friends and discover great places and activities nearby, on all your Windows devices!

Features:

• Get instant suggestions when you open the app, even if you don’t have a Foursquare account
• See places that are currently trending, recently opened, or just best nearby
• Easily search for “Thai”, “park” or “brunch”
• Get directions, hours, photos, and more
• Full-screen photos viewer brings locations to life
• Save places to your to-do list and create custom lists
• Get tips from friends, top publications and brands
• Like or dislike places and leave tips for friends
• Check in without interrupting location browsing
• We learn your tastes the more you check in

Download it here from Windows Store for free.



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  • freshfelicio

    Wait… On Build they said on Windows 8 they want to make the BEST foursquare app. And now it has less less features? Sure it looks great, but isn’t foursquare a social network?

  • goneszuki@gmail.com

    it also seems to not be available yet..

  • Yuan Taizong

    Microsoft needs to have more unique and better versions of apps, as a Windows Phone-user I find to have crappy-substitute apps published by the same publishers that make GOOD apps for Android and iO.S. they neglect both Windows Phone and their W.P. User-base, killer-apps will change this.