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Foursquare 8.0

Learns what you like and leads you to places you love

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Matt Galligan
@mg · co-founder Circa, SimpleGeo, Socialthing
While some are not a fan that the check-in experience is now in a separate app (Swarm), I'm a fan of the new experience. I've used Foursquare for years now to discover places to go and have never been let down. Foursquare is indispensable for place discovery if you live in a city or travel at all.
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Ryan Hoover
@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
TBH, I joined the Foursquare bandwagon when it first launched but stopped using it shortly afterward. But more recently I visited NYC and found it to be the best way to search for coffee shops and restaurants nearby, far better than Yelp in that city.
Jimmy Douglas
@jimmydouglas · COO at Vault
My circle of close friends and I are Foursquare power users. We literally use it as a way to stay in touch regarding everyone's whereabouts on any given night in Portland. The separate apps has tripped people up a little bit, but I think it makes sense from a business standpoint. The total market size for the discovery use case is far greater than those of … See more
Micah Baldwin
@micah · Old Founder. Grey hairs and everything.
As one of the first foursquare users, I've always enjoyed the app. I like that I have an enormous amount of checkin data, and it has been helpful to find local things. But, this feels a bit wide in focus. While I totally get it, the conflux of functionality and ad revenue is going to be interesting to see.
ece (。◕‿◕。)
@ecetweets · Product @ Mashable
I'm a Foursquare power user in NYC & have a sizable contingent of close friends who also check in regularly. I pay for international data when I travel in large part so that I can check in & use tips to navigate. I've loved Foursquare for years & really want them to succeed. I think Foursquare 8.0 is a HUGE step forward in finally delivering on … See more