Foursquare, the app that lets people virtually “check in” to places that they physically visit, has debuted a new top-to-bottom redesign of its mobile applications. The new look does not come as much of a surprise — it has been whispered about quite loudly for days, in the tech media and perhaps most by the New York-based company itself. Now, it is finally live.

The new look is pretty clearly aimed at letting people interact more with others on the site — those that they know already, and people with whom they may not be acquainted yet. Each profile page features the user’s photo, location, short bio, and various contact information and social media profiles front-and-center. The home page’s new layout also makes it more inviting to click around to look at the latest activity by your friends. This seems pretty clearly built to make Foursquare’s experience “more…

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