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Foursquare is changing. Okay, that might be a little dramatic, but it is promising a major redesign.
The first of those changes is set to come in the form of a new maps feature. The company sent out a tweet, previewing the feature.
— foursquare (@foursquare) May 31, 2012
The tweet came just a day after another one showing off the new splash screen:
— foursquare (@foursquare) May 30, 2012
As The Next Web points out, the fact that Foursquare is using the hashtag #allnew4sq, suggests that it could be making full-scale changes across the service.
If Foursquare does want to become the default choice when it comes to finding out about places, it will have to compete against Google’s newly released Google+ Local service.