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Chkin.at – Check Into Sites Instead Of Places

By now, we’re all used to the concept of checking into Foursquare whenever we are at any kind of venue. It takes only a second, and it lets all the people in our lives know where to find us if they need us. Which is just great. But there’s more to the concept of using check-ins, as this new startup proves. Chkin.at lets you check into sites instead of places. When using Chkin.at, you can tell everybody that you’re...

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TripBirds.com – Social Trip Planner

The social web and the travel industry are like a match that was made in heaven. I always think about it when I come across a site like this one. TripBirds is a service that lets you see the places all your Facebook friends have been to, so that you can base your own travel decisions on something you can really relate to. And the service also works the other way around, of course. Your friends will get to see these places that you...

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Playd.it – Foursquare For Gamers

Available for iPhone and Android, Playd can be defined as the equivalent of Foursquare for people who love playing games. If that’s your true passion, then you could never go wrong with a service such as this one. Playd will let you connect with other gamers who’re keen on the same titles you can’t stop playing, and exchange strategies and tips with them. And (just like Foursquare), the more involved you become then...

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WanderMapper.com – Create A Better Foursquare Map

Wander Mapper is a new service that lets you take your Foursquare neighborhood and create an illustrated version of it. This service is available for free. All you have to do is to give Wander Mapper your Foursquare ID for a map where everything’s clearer (and also where everything looks much better) to be generated at once. And in addition to illustrating your neighborhood for you, Wander Mapper will also given you a rating...

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GetArrived.com – Notify People When You Arrive

Telling your friends that you’ve arrived somewhere is dead-easy nowadays. You simply have to check into FourSquare. Or you can post an update to Twitter or Facebook, telling everybody where you are. And that’s not counting sending out a good old SMS, and telling your friends where to look out for you. In all cases, we’re talking about something that takes just one or two minutes. It’s never something that could...

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