Foursquare, location-based social networking website for mobile devices has been launched for Nokia's Symbian 40 and Asha phone users. There are millions of users in the world using these phones and you can say it's about time the app was made available to them. The app was previously available for iOS, MeeGo, Android, WebOS, Windows Phone, Bada and BlackBerry platforms. The company recently also announced the app for PlayStation Vita.
Foursquare, which has more then 33 million users and 1.3 million businesses using the service, is often refereed to as the best location-based service. So, what can you do with Foursquare? You will be able to discover new places on the go, find out about great deals going on the town, see where your friends like to go and add check-ins to the places you have visited for recording and sharing them.
Nokia's Symbian 40 and Asha phone users can download the app for free at OVI Store. The finish handset make has also partnered with Foursquare for bringing the app as a pre-loaded one on some of the new Asha devices that are to arrive in the future. Also, Engadget, reports that Nokia has confirmed that Foursquare does not require GPS to work with Symbian 40 devices. There is no information on whether all Asha phones will be able to support the app.
In case you own a Asha device and not able to use the app, do let us know in the comments section below.