What if you had a digital assistant that helped you remember everything you discover daily: recipes to make, restaurants to try, ideas you thought of, products you want to remember, interesting articles, recommendations from friends and more. As it turns out, there’s an app for that.
It’s called Springpad and it’s a digital notebook that keeps all your online finds in one place, automatically organizes it, and enhances it with useful offers to save you time and money. Today, the startup is unveiling a redesigned Springpad 3.0, which boasts new social experiences, making it easier for users to share ideas. Think Pinterest, Evernote, Google Docs, and then some.
Watch below as Springpad co-founder Jeff Janer discusses how the free social app works:
We all tend to save a lot of digital information these days and Springpad has tapped into that by creating an app that is more than a productivity solution. It’s a life-manager for everything from books, movies, restaurants, recipes and other products.
“Our idea with Springpad was that you come across things as a consumer that you’re interested in but aren’t ready to do things about it right away,” Janer told genConnect. “Our notion was to give you a place to put it — that being a digital notebook.”
With the new launch comes new features including a digital makeover, improved search, collaborative notes and more. Check out Springpad’s website for more information.
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