Jeff Wilcox, senior developer at Microsoft and developer of the 4th & Mayor Windows Phone app, has published some statistical data on his blog covering the app's usage in the past year. Wilcox publicly released 4th & Mayor one year ago today, and the app quickly become an extremely popular choice with consumers.
The Foursquare client, which currently sits at version 3.2 / 3.3, boasts some bold statistics:
Used by over 60,000 people, most every single day.
Over 35,000 people have push notifications enabled.
Of users who’ve opted into sharing usage information, the app has been used to check-in over 7,650,000 times.
The app's been run over 8,000,000 times.
It's interesting to note that 4th & Mayor has been run over 8 million times in 365 days. That's almost 22,000 times a day. While one would expect a high level of use due to the nature and functionality of the app, it's still a positive sign for Windows Phone itself.
As for 4th & Mayor, Wilcox is set to release version 3.4 soon which will "add a lot more features for international users, including more map choices such as OpenStreetMap and Google Maps, plus business hours support".
Should you not have 4th & Mayor installed on your Windows Phone, you can download it from the Marketplace for free.
Source: Jeff Wilcox