May 10, 2011 08:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time
Smart Note App Brings Users more Ways to Save and Access Content, Regardless of Connectivity or Device
BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Springpad, the smart note app that makes it easy for people to save, organize and act on anything they want to remember, today announced a major upgrade to its support for Google platforms. Springpad announced support for Android tablets and offline access through its popular Chrome web app. Springpad’s new features give users more access to their Springpad accounts on more devices, wherever and whenever it’s needed.
“We’re thrilled to announce that our award-winning Chrome web app joins our iOS and Android apps with offline support to make accessing information truly universal.”
“With over 50% of the user base accessing Springpad on more than one device, the addition of offline browser and Android tablet support gives our users even more flexibility to work with the information they care about most,” said Jeff Janer, CEO of Springpad. “Our award-winning categorization, sync and alerts technology helps users save time and money. whether saving recipes on the web, accessing a grocery list and coupons on a phone, or watching a cooking technique video on a tablet while cooking, we make it easy. this seamless experience is why more than 400,000 recipes and more than 16,000,000 items have been saved to Springpad.”
Springpad is the first smart note app customized for Android tablets and e-readers, including the Xoom, Galaxy Tab and NOOK Color, in addition to being available on Android Smartphones. These new and enhanced distribution options take productivity to a new level by allowing users to utilize multiple devices to save and access their information.
the Springpad app on the Android tablet is one of the few apps available that is taking full advantage of the Honeycomb features such as optimized display for the larger screen size and configurable widgets to create, save and view their smart notes for immediate access on the tablet homescreen. the new Springpad app delivers cross browser and app sharing making it easy to save information from other sites and apps. Additionally Springpad provides alerts to news, relevant info, discounts and deals directly related to saved items.
Springpad’s Chrome web app, already ranked as one of the top 20 most popular apps in the Chrome Web Store, offers users instant and universal access to their Springpad account, even when offline. the Chrome app helps ensure that any information saved while offline will automatically sync across devices when an Internet connection is restored.
“Springpad understands that memory doesn’t always come with an internet connection,” said Jeff Janer, “We’re thrilled to announce that our award-winning Chrome web app joins our iOS and Android apps with offline support to make accessing information truly universal.”
more than one million people currently use Springpad to save the information they care about and to receive alerts from dozens of Springpad partners. These alerts allow users to save time and money by delivering information discounts, daily deals and other updates directly related to the products, places, movies and music that users save in their Springpad accounts.
Springpad is available for iPhones, iPads, Android smartphones and tablets, and the Web. To learn more or download Springpad, visit http://springpadit.com.
Springpad will be exhibiting at Google I/O on May 9 and 10 in the Chrome “sandbox.”
Springpad is a lifestyle application that helps you make better decisions tomorrow by actively remembering what you save today. Created by Boston-based Spring Partners and available for the iPhone, iPad, Android or on the Web, Springpad helps you remember anything, anytime, anywhere, for free. TIME Magazine named Springpad one of the 50 Best Websites of 2010 as well as a Top 10 iPhone App of 2010.