Foursquare, an app that until now has been only available on iPhone, Android and recently BlackBerry, is coming to Windows Mobile. Well, in an unofficial way.

Of course, you're probably wondering what is Foursquare?  It's one of those new wave, social networking apps where you can share your location with friends as well as interesting things nearby.  Or rather:

Think of foursquare as an "urban mix tape." We'll help you make lists of your favorite things to do and let you share them with friends. Think beyond your standard review - we're looking less for "The food here is top notch" and more for "Go to Dumont Burger and try the most amazing Mac and Cheese ever." Foursquare will keep track of the things you've done, help you create To-Do lists and even suggest new experiences to seek out.

Sounds sort of neat.  It's like Google Latitude on steroids. 

Anyways, the APIs for the Foursquare system are evidently public, like Twitter. So third-party companies are filling in the platform gap and making clients for other OSs like Windows Mobile.  That company is Touchality, their app is called WinMoSquare and is currently entering beta testing.  Eventually they plan on offering via the Windows Marketplace. 

Check out the site if you want to sign up/be notified about beta testing and the app itself. Could be fun.  And read more on Foursquare here.

[via TechCrunch]