Twitter Social Location Check-in Clients and Supported Mobile Devices

There’s a number of ways that one can check-in and share where they are and what they are doing via Twitter (many have facebook connect also)

 The following is a short list of several of the most popular social-location Check-in apps and their supported operating systems.

Foursquare

  • iPhone
  • Blackberry
  • Android
  • Palm
  • Other (mobile site will work for Symbian S60 and others)

GoWalla

  • iPhone
  • Android

Loopt

  • iPhone
  • Android
  • Blackberry
  • Others (supported by various networks)

Schmap

  • iPhone
  • Symbian

Brightkite

  • iPhone
  • Android
  • Blackberry
  • Others (includes Symbian)
  • m.brightkite.com

Dopplr

  • Symbian
  • iPhone
  • m.dopplr.com

Yelp

  • iPhone
  • Blackberry
  • Android
  • Palm
  • m.yelp.com

For more about Social-Location check-in services see this article

How do you like to check-in? Take the poll provided here on the blog

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