Taking advantage of iOS 8’s new Interactive Notifications, Foursquare, the popular local search and discovery service, on Wednesday refreshed its main iPhone client with the ability to ‘save,’ ‘like,’ and ‘follow’ from the notifications you get from the service.
1Password integration allows fans of the popular password-management app to use their saved credentials when logging in to Foursquare, without having to paste the password manually.
A month ago, Foursquare’s check-in app called Swarm received a similar update permitting users to check in to locations from the Lock screen or within iOS 8’s Notification Center via a new Today widget.
Foursquare 8.2 changelog
- Notification actions — Now you can quickly do things like save, like, and follow from the notifications you get from Foursquare.
- 1Password support — When you’re logging in or signing up, we now support 1Password integration.
- It also has a bunch of small improvements and bug fixes. And, as before, the new Foursquare has been optimized for your new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Hope you’re enjoying November!
After unveiling its new brand identity this summer, Foursquare has revamped its mobile app around Yelp-like features with a strong focus on location discovery.
Under the new strategy, Foursquare’s most popular social features and check-ins have been moved to a brand new iPhone app, Swarm, as the team reimagined the main client around location discovery.
The 19.6-megabyte app runs on the iPhone or iPod touch with iOS 7.0 or later.