One check-in app for all your services.
Earn rewards from multiple services with a single check-in!
Target Audience: Social media addicts, Gurus and Mavens
Footfeed is the first location-based checkin aggregation platform and multi checkin app. With Footfeed, users can check in to Brightkite, Foursquare, Gowalla, Facebook and Twitter simultaneously, while still earning points, badges and rewards. Footfeed is powered by an advanced location matching algorithm and crowdsourced system that matches locations across the different networks.
Via its public API and white label service, Footfeed also helps companies create branded, multi check-in products and applications.
- Check out Footfeed.com, please comment on the website.
- If you are an iPhone user, download Footfeed app from iTunes. Login to Footfeed app and check-in. Was it easy to create an account? Did you have any problems checking-in?
- If you already use other services like Foursquare, do you see yourself using footfeed? Why or why not?
- Because we license our multi check-in platform, are there specific companies you think could benefit from this technology?
3 thoughts on “Footfeed – Expand Your Social Footprint”
I visited the website, the purpose is very clear and the boxes do a good job of explaining it. The “latest activity” feed makes me want to use the app, and the call to action is strong. Overall, I think the website is very good.
I don’t have an iPhone so I can’t comment on that, and I don’t use any location services either. I am not aware of any location-based companies who would benefit from the technology, as I don’t use the space very much.
I think this is a great idea. There are way too many companies launching for you to be mayor or whatever and it would be good for this to be consolidated. I have a Droid phone so it would be great if there was an app made for that.
Cool idea, with so many check in websites, this is the perfect tool to do all the check-ins from one place.
I second kwinty on the Android app and there also needs to be a blackberry app!
iPhone is only a fraction of the smartphone market, so if you want to capture a larger audience I recommend developing apps for other phones.
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