People who trade in mobiles and choose to invest in a Nokia model as a replacement will find they have access to a new and updated version of Foursquare.
The app is essentially a tool that allows users to share their current location with friends and contacts, reports Nokia Conversations.
It can act as a great social weapon, informing pals when a person is at the park, in a coffee shop or at the pub.
Perhaps the best news of all is that people do not even have to splash out on the top-end devices to enjoy Foursquare, as it is available to some older phones.
The online publication went on to reveal the app is currently attracting 35,000 new users every day, so to enjoy it at its best individuals might need to trade in mobiles now.
According to a recent post by Nokia Conversations, a survey by Cint found one trend among many mobile consumers across the world is a fondness for coloured handsets.
Posted by Claire Marshall