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Springpad is one of those apps that allows you to save anything, anytime to wherever to want. Similar to Evernote and Pinterest but, a far better UI (User Interface) than the others.

Even so, I haven’t warmed to Evernote’s interface, although its recent app upgrade helped. Springpad, on the other hand, had me at hello. A free iOS and Android app and Web-based tool, Springpad has a visually appealing, Pinterest-like interface. The app integrates nicely with Web content, too. For instance, say you want to make a note of a movie you’d like to see. Search for the film’s title, and Springpad will populate your note with info about the movie, including its Rotten Tomatoes score and if it’s available on Netflix.
This new release of Springpad 4.0 (UPDATED: April 10, 2013) makes this already sweet app even sweeter. You can now embed your notebooks on a Web site or blog. Other Springpad users can subscribe to those notebooks, which are automatically updated in their Springpad apps whenever you update your shared notebooks. If you’re not already wedded to Evernote or one of its competitors—or even if you are—check out Springpad.

Cost: Free

SP1

Smatrphone screeshot

What’s in this version:
Springpad 4.0 includes a redesign and new navigation, including:
Easier Access to Content
– New Springs section shows what you and people you follow have added.
– Springs no longer have to be placed into a notebook until you’re ready.
– View your notebooks and the notebooks you follow on one screen.
Enhanced Search
– New Search quickly surfaces what you need, right when you need it.

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Tablet screenshot

So, What does it offer:
Springpad 4.0 features a completely streamlined design with major performance improvements and simplified menus to access everything you save even faster.
SAVE ONCE. IT’S THERE WHEN YOU NEED IT. EASY.

  • Create an account and log in on the web or on your favorite device. Your saves will sync automatically.
  • Android: Smartphones and Tablets
  • Save to Springpad from your favorite apps and mobile browser with “Add to Springpad” in your sharing menu.
  • Enhance productivity with tap-to-edit capabilities, manual reordering, and dynamic checklists.
  • Create custom Springpad widgets for your home screen.

WHATEVER YOU SAVE, SPRINGPAD MAKES IT BETTER

  • SAVE your favorite recipes and we’ll put the ingredients in a shopping list on your phone.
  • PLAN your vacation ideas. Save hotel, restaurants, activities, subway maps, videos and more.
  • BOOKMARK sites for reading later – never forget an important article or book.
  • FOLLOW trusted experts and others to be on top of trends and useful tips.
  • BUILD your personal todo list with reminder alerts.
  • COLLABORATE with co-workers on a project with notes, videos, links and tasks.

SHOW pictures and videos your family to collect and comment on captions.

  • INVITE your foodie friends to share their favorite recipes and wine pairings.

EFFORTLESSLY SAVE AND ACCESS FROM ANYWHERE. FREE.
✔ Collect things you find on the go or on the web.
✔ Clip an article, snap a photo, record a voice memo or save a nearby place.
✔ Access the things you save from any of your devices.
✔ Springpad surfaces the right information at the right time, filtered entirely based on you.

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Dave Thornton

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Been involved in technology for many years, more than I care to remember. Live in Dundee, Scotland. I like Android, Windows Phone OS, BlackBerry OS and iOS, and love writing about all things techie. Currently have a Honor 6+, Elephone P6000, Nexus 5, Chrombook C720, HTC One M7, Nokia Lumina 625, Microsoft Lumia 435, Blackberry Q10, HTC Hero and iPad mini