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  • Foursquare Releases its New Application for the iPad


    It was just back in August that Foursquare released its completely re-designed and re-purposed application for the iPhone and iPod touch, while moving much of its functionality over to the company's new Swarm application. Although, Foursquare didn't do much for the iPad back when this had happened.

    On Monday, Foursquare is bringing its new application over to the iPad. The application has been updated with a re-designed interface and the works for the iPad, and the update also brings numerous bug fixes to the new iPhone and iPod touch version of the application that was launched back in August.

    The new features that iPad users can take advantage of, as of Monday, include:

    Quote Originally Posted by Foursquare
    Now available for iPad!

    The new iPad version of Foursquare is the best way to find amazing places to go, anywhere in the world.

    Want to find some great dinner spots to try out? Just open it up, tell us what you're looking for, and get a beautiful selection of inspiring places, with one-tap saving, so you'll get reminded when you're nearby.
    Planning a trip (or just daydreaming)? You can also easily browse by city. Select Barcelona, Shanghai, Buenos Aires (or any city, anywhere in the world) and get an endless list of ideas, personalized for you.
    Download it today on your iPad to try it out.
    Existing users of the application will find this update under the Updates tab in the App Store application. Alternatively, you can download the latest version (version 8.5) of Foursquare for iOS for free from this App Store link.

    Sources: App Store
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Foursquare Releases its New Application for the iPad started by Anthony Bouchard View original post
    Comments 1 Comment
    1. edwilk55's Avatar
      edwilk55 -
      Finally deleted Foursquare from my iPhone. Never used or saw the use for the separated app. Still using Swarm though. Stupid of the company to split it into two apps...really stupid!