Footfeed, a new mobile check-in aggregator network, today released an API that gives developers the opportunity to add multi check-in capabilities to their apps. By adding the API functionality, developers now have an easy way to let their users check-in to multiple services with one press of a button. The API is both read / write capable and integrates with APIs from Brightkite, Foursquare, Gowalla, Facebook and Twitter.
Footfeed recently launched the first iPhone native multi check-in app this past June, giving users of multiple check-in services what they were asking for; a single app to check-in to all services simultaneously. Footfeed integrates APIs from top the check-in networks and developed an advanced matching algorithm that is able to match locations across the various services. The result is that people can now check-in to multiple networks using the Footfeed app, while still earning points, badges, rewards and mayorships offered from the different check-in services. With the release of the Footfeed API, the trend of enabling apps with the ability to check-in to multiple networks is expected to heat up.
To learn more about Footfeed or the Footfeed API, visit footfeed.com or download the app from iTunes.
Footfeed (footfeed.com) is a mobile check-in aggregator founded in January, 2010 by Dennis Mink and Ben Floering, two passionate check-inpraneurs. Footfeed and footfeed.com are owned by Footfeed, Inc. All Rights Reserved. For further information, please contact us at 415-938-6465.