Check-in to foursquare in one tap. A quick, simple alternative to swarm. Sometimes you just want to check-in to Foursquare and move on. Simple check-in allows you to do just that. ** NOTE: At the end of 2014, Foursquare will be removing the ...Read more
Check-in to foursquare in one tap. A quick, simple alternative to swarm.
Sometimes you just want to check-in to Foursquare and move on. Simple check-in allows you to do just that.
** NOTE: At the end of 2014, Foursquare will be removing the leaderboard from their API, so points will no longer be a part of the experience. **
Want a feature? Get in touch: @rathboma on twitter
Features: - one touch check-ins - Long press to check-in with a shout and share to Facebook / Twitter - includes a map view so you can tell if your location is correct - custom venue search (press the search button) - app opens instantly to the foursquare nearby venue list - all check-ins from the app are shared with friends but NOT posted to twitter or facebook - Your location IS passed on check-in, so these check-ins are eligible for mayorships. - No ads (there never will be)
If you have any issues with the app, please email me so that I can fix them. There's no function for me to contact you if you leave a bad review. I find squishing bugs very relaxing! (you can also tweet me: @rathboma)
This app supports android 2.1 and up. It should allow you to foursquare check-in with no problems on even the oldest phones.
Currently there are only 770 lines of code in the entire app, this helps to keep it fast. The goal is to keep this under 1000 to maximize speed, and reduce battery drain.
'Foursquare' is a trademark of Foursquare Labs Inc. Simple Check-in is not affiliated, sponsored, or endorsed by Foursquare Labs in any way.
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UPDATED ON: Dec 27, 2013
INSTALLATIONS: 100,000 - 500,000
LATEST VERSION: 2.5
REQUIRED ANDROID VERSION: 2.1 and up
full Internet access
Allows an application to create network sockets.
precise (GPS) location
Access precise location sources such as the Global Positioning System on the phone, where available. Malicious applications can use this to determine where you are, and may consume additional battery power.