If you don't already have a Foursquare account, you can quickly log in with your Facebook account. As of yet, there's no option to use your Google credentials. Read full review
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Free

Beef up your profile

Your profile page keeps track of all your activity on the network, including tips you've given, photos you've uploaded, and badges you've earned. Read full review
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Free

Curated lists

On Foursquare, you can create your own lists of locations or save the lists of others. Read full review
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Free

Welcome home

The home screen gives you popular spots nearby, recent activity, and a nifty floating button to quickly check in to a location. Read full review
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Free

Search and browse

With the search bar up top, it's easy to search for a location or browse through categorized lists of locations nearby. Read full review
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Free

Vital information

On a business' page, you can find photos, address, hours, and other vital info. In some cases, you can even browse a restaurant's menu. Read full review
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Free

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