INQ has been one of the more innovative handset makers in recent years, working closely with services like Facebook and Spotify to build them into its devices. Now it has a new partnership with Foursquare, that will see the latter’s features – including check-ins, recommendations, tips and to-do lists – built into its future Android handsets. “The launch of the service is still a few months out, but the early builds are pretty awesome,” says Foursquare’s blog, noting that INQ is using the Foursquare open API to bake these features into its device. It’s one of Foursquare’s first such agreements as it looks to continue expanding its number of users.

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