Imagine walking down the street and getting a ping from your friend about the restaurant you’re standing next to. Your iPhone sends you a notification that this place is one you must check out. Meet Blipboard.
A new location tracking app for Android and iOS called Flockthere has just announced the launch of its public beta.
A hungry sojourner should have an easier time tracking down a good meal if updated iPhone and Android applications from Foursquare deliver on their promise to simplify place discovery.
Foursquare is attempting to make the unfamiliar less mysterious with the addition of familiar nearby places to hundreds of business pages Friday.
What if you could walk past people and know who they were, or find out if you have a mutual friend without having to introduce yourself? An app for that launches today.
Thirty percent of online adults in the U.S. are familiar with geolocation applications, but less than six percent of online adults use these apps, and only two percent use them once a week or more, according to new data from research company Forrester.
Location-based startup Foursquare has released new features to help make the places you read about on the Web more easily discoverable when you’re out-and-about, wandering the world.
Location-based social network Foursquare is planning to release its API for push notifications to the public later today, reports BetaBeat.
When mobile location service Foursquare released its API, Lenny Rachitsky wondered what he could do with all of that data. Foursquare is designed to tell people where you are at any given time. But what if you could be in two places at once?
Location Labs, a company that helps developers create location-based mobile applications, today announced a partnership with CityGrid Media, a subsidiary of Web giant IAC and supplier of local content and advertising to other sites. The partnership will give Location Labs access to information on more than 15 million local businesses.