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More Foursquare shots appear for Windows Phone 7

We saw some early renderings of the Foursquare app for Windows Phone 7 way back in March, since then not too much. The social-check-in network has become one of the more popular inventions of late, as it not only allows you  to alert your friends of your location (plus quick directions for them), but by unlocking "badges" and "mayorships", you can have some fun with it too.

Above are some actual shots on a Samsung device and we have to admit....lookin' good

Not too much to say otherwise, just that we're psyched when we launch the Windows Phone Marketplace on Day 1, it will be populated with all the major apps of 2010/2011.

[via Anand Lyer (Twitter)]    

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