Foursquare has been slowly overhauling their website to make all the various pages match the look of the map-heavy Explore screen. The latest area to receive the upgrade is the tip details page.
The new design prominently features the tip and any photos associated with it. It includes sharing options, a like button and more details about the venue. It’s a major step up from the incredibly spartan page that hadn’t changed much since Foursquare’s very early days.
Typically users don’t run into the tip detail pages on the web very often since tips are listed on the venue pages and there’s not much reason to click through to them. They’re hit most often by people landing on them when they’re shared by users via Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare or email.
The look of the new pages matches closely the check-in detail pages Foursquare launched in October.
What do you think of the new pages?