Foursquare launches in 50 More Cities

Foursquare launches in 50 More Cities

Picture-31-300x95Good news for those of you desperate to play Foursquare, the hugely popular location-based game is now available in 50 more cities worldwide.

Foursquare has achieved a hugely positive response in its short life thus far, especially in New York and San Francisco where the blogorati have made it a posterchild for the new wave of location-based services.

New York, are you ready?

We’re building Momentum: an all killer, no filler event this November.

Although largely designed to be a game in which players compete to unlock badges for completing tasks and to become the ‘Mayor’ of locations they frequently visit, it has taken off as a social networking tool as well. Many users have stories of how knowing where their friends were has led to opportunities they wouldn’t otherwise have experienced.

…see your city? Go Play!

AUSTRALIA
Brisbane, Australia
Melbourne, Australia
Sydney, Australia

NEW ZEALAND
Wellington, New Zealand

NORTH AMERICA
Charlotte, NC
Columbus, OH
Honolulu, HI
Louisville, KY
Memphis, TN
Nashville, TN
New Haven, CT
Oklahoma City, OK
Orlando, FL
Park City, UT
Providence, RI
Sacramento, CA
Tampa, FL
Tucson, AZ

Calgary, Canada
Edmonton, Canada
Ottawa, Canada

Mexico City, Mexico

SOUTH AMERICA
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
São Paulo, Brazil

EUROPE
Birmingham, UK
Bristol, UK
Brighton, UK
Cologne, Germany
Edinburgh, UK
Frankfurt, Germany
Hamburg, Germany
Lisbon, Portugal
Milan, Italy
Oslo, Norway
Reykjavik, Iceland
Vienna, Austria
Zurich, Switzerland

AFRICA
Johannesburg, South Africa

MIDDLE EAST
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Mumbai, India
Tel Aviv, Israel

ASIA
Beijing, China
Bangkok, Thailand
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Seoul, Korea
Shanghai, China
Singapore, Singapore
Tokyo, Japan

via Mashable

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Foursquare launches in 50 More Cities

Foursquare launches in 50 More Cities

Picture-31-300x95Good news for those of you desperate to play Foursquare, the hugely popular location-based game is now available in 50 more cities worldwide.

Foursquare has achieved a hugely positive response in its short life thus far, especially in New York and San Francisco where the blogorati have made it a posterchild for the new wave of location-based services.

All Killer, No Filler

We’re bringing Momentum to New York: our newest event, showcasing only the best speakers and startups.

Although largely designed to be a game in which players compete to unlock badges for completing tasks and to become the ‘Mayor’ of locations they frequently visit, it has taken off as a social networking tool as well. Many users have stories of how knowing where their friends were has led to opportunities they wouldn’t otherwise have experienced.

…see your city? Go Play!

NORTH AMERICA
Charlotte, NC
Columbus, OH
Honolulu, HI
Louisville, KY
Memphis, TN
Nashville, TN
New Haven, CT
Oklahoma City, OK
Orlando, FL
Park City, UT
Providence, RI
Sacramento, CA
Tampa, FL
Tucson, AZ

Calgary, Canada
Edmonton, Canada
Ottawa, Canada

Mexico City, Mexico

SOUTH AMERICA
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
São Paulo, Brazil

EUROPE
Birmingham, UK
Bristol, UK
Brighton, UK
Cologne, Germany
Edinburgh, UK
Frankfurt, Germany
Hamburg, Germany
Lisbon, Portugal
Milan, Italy
Oslo, Norway
Reykjavik, Iceland
Vienna, Austria
Zurich, Switzerland

AFRICA
Johannesburg, South Africa

MIDDLE EAST
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Mumbai, India
Tel Aviv, Israel

ASIA
Beijing, China
Bangkok, Thailand
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Seoul, Korea
Shanghai, China
Singapore, Singapore
Tokyo, Japan

AUSTRALIA
Brisbane, Australia
Melbourne, Australia
Sydney, Australia

NEW ZEALAND
Wellington, New Zealand

via Mashable

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Foursquare launches in 50 More Cities

Foursquare launches in 50 More Cities

Picture-31-300x95Good news for those of you desperate to play Foursquare, the hugely popular location-based game is now available in 50 more cities worldwide.

Foursquare has achieved a hugely positive response in its short life thus far, especially in New York and San Francisco where the blogorati have made it a posterchild for the new wave of location-based services.

Another conference. “Great.”

This one’s different, trust us. Our new event for New York is focused on quality, not quantity.

Although largely designed to be a game in which players compete to unlock badges for completing tasks and to become the ‘Mayor’ of locations they frequently visit, it has taken off as a social networking tool as well. Many users have stories of how knowing where their friends were has led to opportunities they wouldn’t otherwise have experienced.

…see your city? Go Play!

NORTH AMERICA
Charlotte, NC
Columbus, OH
Honolulu, HI
Louisville, KY
Memphis, TN
Nashville, TN
New Haven, CT
Oklahoma City, OK
Orlando, FL
Park City, UT
Providence, RI
Sacramento, CA
Tampa, FL
Tucson, AZ

Calgary, Canada
Edmonton, Canada
Ottawa, Canada

Mexico City, Mexico

SOUTH AMERICA
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
São Paulo, Brazil

EUROPE
Birmingham, UK
Bristol, UK
Brighton, UK
Cologne, Germany
Edinburgh, UK
Frankfurt, Germany
Hamburg, Germany
Lisbon, Portugal
Milan, Italy
Oslo, Norway
Reykjavik, Iceland
Vienna, Austria
Zurich, Switzerland

AFRICA
Johannesburg, South Africa

MIDDLE EAST
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Mumbai, India
Tel Aviv, Israel

ASIA
Beijing, China
Bangkok, Thailand
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Seoul, Korea
Shanghai, China
Singapore, Singapore
Tokyo, Japan

AUSTRALIA
Brisbane, Australia
Melbourne, Australia
Sydney, Australia

NEW ZEALAND
Wellington, New Zealand

via Mashable

Read next: Foursquare launches in 50 More Cities

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Foursquare launches in 50 More Cities

Foursquare launches in 50 More Cities

Picture-31-300x95Good news for those of you desperate to play Foursquare, the hugely popular location-based game is now available in 50 more cities worldwide.

Foursquare has achieved a hugely positive response in its short life thus far, especially in New York and San Francisco where the blogorati have made it a posterchild for the new wave of location-based services.

New York, are you ready?

We’re building Momentum: an all killer, no filler event this November.

Although largely designed to be a game in which players compete to unlock badges for completing tasks and to become the ‘Mayor’ of locations they frequently visit, it has taken off as a social networking tool as well. Many users have stories of how knowing where their friends were has led to opportunities they wouldn’t otherwise have experienced.

…see your city? Go Play!

NORTH AMERICA
Charlotte, NC
Columbus, OH
Honolulu, HI
Louisville, KY
Memphis, TN
Nashville, TN
New Haven, CT
Oklahoma City, OK
Orlando, FL
Park City, UT
Providence, RI
Sacramento, CA
Tampa, FL
Tucson, AZ

Calgary, Canada
Edmonton, Canada
Ottawa, Canada

Mexico City, Mexico

SOUTH AMERICA
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
São Paulo, Brazil

EUROPE
Birmingham, UK
Bristol, UK
Brighton, UK
Cologne, Germany
Edinburgh, UK
Frankfurt, Germany
Hamburg, Germany
Lisbon, Portugal
Milan, Italy
Oslo, Norway
Reykjavik, Iceland
Vienna, Austria
Zurich, Switzerland

AFRICA
Johannesburg, South Africa

MIDDLE EAST
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Tel Aviv, Israel

ASIA
Mumbai, India
Beijing, China
Bangkok, Thailand
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Seoul, Korea
Shanghai, China
Singapore, Singapore
Tokyo, Japan

AUSTRALIA
Brisbane, Australia
Melbourne, Australia
Sydney, Australia

NEW ZEALAND
Wellington, New Zealand

via Mashable

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