FourSquare for Symbian around the corner!

FourSquare users and those interested in getting on the bandwagon, a dedicated app is on the way for the Symbian Platform. Sym4square is a freeware application developed by ThinkChange, to make the FourSquare service available for the Symbian^1 phones smartphones.

From the screenshots and the video below, it looks like this application is almost like the FourSquare Android one, with similar features.

Sym4square is not yet out for public distribution, but they’re looking for 1000 beta testers, if you’re interested in getting this first. If you’re one of the few to get a beta invite, do let us know what you think of this app. You can get more information and sign up for beta testing the app from at site –

Users of Symbian 60 v3 phones like the E72/71, are left high and dry and don’t get to use this app, at least as of now. For those of you on a S60v3 non-touch screen phone, there’s always Gravity, the king of all social networks on Symbian, to get you checked into FourSquare.

Here’s a video of this app in action:

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Vinu Thomas

Vinu is a Technical Architect working on Web technologies and a mobile enthusiast, who likes trying out new gadgets and apps. You can follow him on Twitter @vinuthomas

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