Foursquare is taking a page from Facebook and splitting its app in two. Soon the main app will be focused purely on search, reviews and finding places to get a decent meal. A second offering, Swarm, will focus more on the social aspects and give users an easy way to see where their friends are and quickly make plans with them, without having to send a separate text message. Basically the check-in, the heart and soul of Foursquare, is getting its own separate app. If you ask the company, it was a tough decision to split their efforts in two, but the truth is that it has failed to evolve as quickly as other sharing services. Simply checking-in to a location is no longer enough, especially when Facebook, Google+ and Yelp all have some form of the feature built in. Swarm narrows the focus to create a truly location-based social platform, not unlike Dodgeball -- the service created by Foursquare founder Dennis Crowley before it was snatched up by Google.