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- Singles is an iPhone app for location-based dating. It builds on the Foursquare API to let users see and chat to other singles at the locations that they check into
- Hipster lets users uncover information about real world locations. The iPhone app uses Foursquare, Gowalla and Facebook to let users follow locations that theyâ€™ve checked in to.
- Mobile mashup: city forums. Places from Foursquare + forums from Disqus. HTML5 mobile web application (iPhone, Android, Samsung etc.). Requires users to share their location.
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