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Foursquare: 1 Billion “check-in” and list on mobile 22 September 2011

Posted by computeraholic in Uncategorized.

During that time, Facebook accumulated one trillion page views

Foursquare just made two announcements in rapid succession: the location-based service has exceeded one billion “check in” last week, and finally landed on the lists mobile applications.
Remember, this feature that was launched in mid-August to create a multi-site list. This can be defined as public or private and you can also, if desired, allow friends to change it.

Now available on smartphone
This possibility was so far reserved for the web version of the site is now available via mobile applications both on Android, BlackBerry, or IOS.
Another innovation is also emerging: the lists of proximity. As the name implies, its allow you automatically propose connection lists related to where you are. A map that lists the different proposed locations is also available.

A week of “check-in”
As mentioned in the introduction, Foursquare Announces also exceeded the billion “check-in” last week.
On this occasion,

[Source: PCSMAX]



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