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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.
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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.
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Curated lists

On Foursquare, you can create your own lists of locations or save the lists of others.
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Welcome home

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