Foursquare has unveiled a redesigned app for Windows Phone 8. The new look was released today after close collaboration with Microsoft and Nokia.


In a blog post, the location-based social network said that the updated version is “specifically  optimised” for the Nokia Lumia  and would be pre-loaded on some Lumia devices.

“Some of the Lumia models even integrate Foursquare data into their augmented reality experience,” the post added.

The redesign comes as the company aims to unclutter the Windows Phone app to suit Metro UI.

Windows Phone 7 will have access to a “similar experience” to the Windows Phone 8 interface in a few weeks.

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