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One of the growing location based social network service, Foursquare, has been implemented in a Symbian app to allow users to check-in on their locations and share them with friends.

As some of you may know, Foursquare is currently not natively supported on Symbian platform yet, but thanks to Waze, we can now easily report out locations with just a few taps!

All you need to do is download Waze onto your Symbian device (touch/non touch)

Once the GPS signal is locked, click on the “Report” button and scroll down to reveal the Foursquare option.

First time users will be asked to login.

Once logged in, a list of nearby locations will be displayed. Just tap on any of them and you are done!

This is the confirmation screen once u have checked in.

Note: GPS locking is quite slow (was trying this with the Nokia 5800), no options to view badges or friends’ locations… but hey you get to check in without the need to go to on your browser! aha

Point your phone browser to now to download WAZE.

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February 8th, 2010

GPS takes years to lock on. I gave up on it. Waiting for the native app!

February 8th, 2010

GPS locking worked fine for me on Nokia N97.


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February 10th, 2010

but the places i checked in with foursquare via waze, wont’s appear at my tweet =/

February 11th, 2010

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September 18th, 2011

Aplikasi ini sangat bagus unt perjalanan anda, anda mampu mengetahui trafic dan kesesakan jalan raya

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