Footfeed Introduces Feature Rich Multi Check-in App and White Label Check-in Platform

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Sept. 14 — Location-based check-in aggregator Footfeed announces the upcoming release of Footfeed 2.0, a feature-rich multi check-in platform that makes it easy to check-in to multiple networks with one click.

Footfeed, a new location-based check-in aggregator, today announced the upcoming release of Footfeed 2.0, a multi check-in platform and mobile app for iPhone and Android. The re-designed application will make it even easier to check-in to multiple networks simultaneously including Brightkite, Foursquare, Gowalla, Facebook, Google Latitude and Twitter. The upcoming release includes dozens of new features such as Facebook Places, Google Latitude, aggregated check-in deals and rewards from all the major check-in networks, aggregated location comments and tips, a new crowd-sourced location matching system called "Select-and-Match", and a redesigned interface.

"After listening to our growing user base since launch in June, we set out to create the ultimate multi check-in application that addresses all of their primary needs", says Dennis Mink, CEO of Footfeed. "Top on that list are checking-in to all networks 100% of the time, showing nearby check-in deals, and support for more check-in networks. With Footfeed 2.0, we think we’ve nailed it." Working with an ex-Googler who ran a UX design team for 5 years, the new application has a significantly redesigned interface that makes it simple and easy to use. The application works very similar to other check-in apps with the notable exception that it integrates directly with most other check-in networks, providing a seamless multi check-in experience.

In addition to the release of the new Footfeed mobile check-in app, Footfeed also announced the launch of their white label multi check-in platform for enterprise. Using Footfeed’s technology, companies can create their own branded multi check-in networks, or integrate multi check-in directly into existing products, giving companies an easy way to jump into the check-in space. "In speaking with over a dozen well-known brands, the interest in multi check-in is high", says Dennis Mink. "Seeing the rapid growth of check-in networks, many companies want to move beyond branded badges and 10% off coupons. They are looking to make check-in part of their underlying technology infrastructure without tying themselves to a single check-in network." With their advanced location matching system and growing database of matched locations, Footfeed is the first to provide a robust, scalable and feature-rich multi check-in infrastructure that businesses can enable right now.

To learn more about Footfeed, visit or download the app from iTunes at

Footfeed is a location-based multi check-in platform founded in January, 2010 by Dennis Mink and Ben Floering. Footfeed and are owned by Footfeed, Inc. All Rights Reserved. For further information, please contact us at (415) 938-6465.

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