mySquare – A Foursquare Client for WM
Windows Mobile device owners who are fans of Foursquare will soon have an alternative to the current WinMoSquare app available, as XDA forum member junalmeida is at the final stages of releasing a beta of mySquare.
Features of mySquare include:
- Using your location to find out nearby places
- See your friends latest check-ins
- View tips of places
- Share you experience with others
- Explore Foursquare and earn points and badges
- Use GPS or network fix
- Integrated with Google Maps
mySquare is currently in alpha but you can sign up to be notified when it becomes available. There will be two versions available – free and premium. The premium version will offer full integration with map services and an option to disable ads.
Requires .NET CF 3.5 and is suitable for touchscreen devices only.
For more information, take a look at the application thread.
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