A new Foursquare update is now available in the Android Market and rather then it being just a small a small change, it is one that Foursquare is quite happy about. During his mini keynote today at Mobile World Congress CEO and co-founder of Foursquare, Dennis Crowley announced that Foursquare would now be able to support a broader audience by including French, German, Italian, Spanish & Japanese languages within Foursquare. Other then downloading the now available update, users don't have to do anything else to see the changes. Foursquare will auto-detect your devices default language and display that within. Download can be found after the break. Also, check out the new notification system in this release. [Foursquare]
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