Foursquare App Gets Numerical Location Rating System

Posted November 6, 2012 at 3:07am by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 6172 views

Foursquare has updated its app to show scores for locations on a scale from 0 to 10.

Heading out? Foursquare helps you and your friends make the most of where you are. Join the over 25 million people who are already on Foursquare and download the free app now.

Features:
✓ Share and record the places you visit.
✓ Get personalized recommendations and deals based on where you, your friends and people with your tastes have been.
✓ Search for anything (from 'free wi-fi' to ‘dumplings’) or browse popular categories.
✓ Discover insider tips and lists from local experts, brands, and celebrities.

What's New In This Version:
With this update, we've made finding the best place even easier.

Now when you're searching for somewhere to go in Explore, you'll see a score next to the name of a place. It's our way to give you a quick sense of how much people love it.

Instead of other sites where everything gets 3.5 stars, we come up with our scores using the same Foursquare magic that powers Explore. We look at signals like tips, likes, dislikes, popularity, and nearly 3 billion check-ins from over 25 million people worldwide. Open up the app today and find some new places to try.

You can download Foursquare from the App Store for free.

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Teresa v - November 6, 2012 at 5:27am
I welcome this move by four square and I wish them the best. Many people dislike
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