Foursquare Swarm – Keep track of the places you go

(App) Foursquare Swarm


Foursquare Swarm  App Description :

Swarm is the best way to keep track of the places you go. From the new café downtown to that killer ramen spot in Tokyo, you’ll never ask “what was the name of that place?” again. Whether you love to be a local, or are trying to travel the globe, check in so you can remember everywhere with Swarm.

App Features :

 This is lifelogging made easy. Each time you check in we’ll add a pin your personal map so you can look back on the places you visit. Help out your future self by adding a photo or a note to your check-ins to make the memories all the better.

 Indian Restaurant? Check. Karaoke bar? Check. Haven’t been to an Art Museum yet? Now’s your chance to go somewhere new! Explore more and collect different types of places. You’ll earn fun Stickers along the way.

 Whether it’s your 10th week in a row at the gym, first time to Canada, or the 25th time you’ve gotten ice cream with your BFF, the more you check in, the more helpful insights you’ll get about your habits and explorations.

A note on battery. We’ve spent *years* developing the location technology that powers Foursquare Swarm, making it extremely power efficient. But, as with all apps of this type, continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

Additional Information :

  • Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Requires iOS 10.0 and watchOS 4.0 or later.
  • Size 152.8 MB

User Reviews :

One of my favorite apps to use regularly. I’ve been using it since 2010 (just Foursquare back then). The motivation then was to get deals companies would have for “mayors,” etc., and to be “mayor” of places for the fun of it. Since then, I haven’t seen any deals for years. I basically keep using it to have a “journal” of where I go. I cannot say how many times this has come in handy, to be able to search history and see where I was on a certain day in the past 9 ½+ years, which is a huge chunk (25%) of my lifetime, at present. The mayorships are still fun. I love looking back on the daily history scroll, even though sometimes it involves sad memories. Overall I really enjoy using Swarm and am glad it exists!

I’ve been tracking with Swarm since 2011. I use this app daily. My husband and I travel a lot and it’s hard to remember, let’s say, every brewery or coffee shop you’ve ever been too. Inevitably at some point someone will say hey what’s that coffee shop we were at 6 years ago in Texas.. I know bc of Swarm. Also I can see my daily activity at a glance. This makes it easier when I’m like.. was that 2 days ago or a week ago that I went to the diner for breakfast? The map function is awesome. I can see all of the places I haven’t visited yet at a glance… looks like I need to explore the Dakotas 🙂

I’ve been using this app for years. It started out like more of a game – checking in to places, becoming Mayor, maintaining Mayorship, etc. After a while, most of everyone got all ‘privacy paranoid’ and stopped playing. I’ve kept using it. Flash forward a couple of years- now I’m a busy sports mom and 1/2 the time I can’t remember what I did last week. So… now we have this Coronavirus deal. Do you remember every single place you’ve been for the past 30 days? Thanks to this app – I can pretty much tell you every place I’ve been and what time I got there.

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