Evernote rival Springpad has hit a milestone today—one million registered users. In January alone, Springpad saw more than 250,000 new signups. So far, more than 10 million items have been saved by users.
Similar to Evernote, Springpad serves as a multi-platform digital notebook. The service allows you to jot down notes, save websites, images and more. Springpad will then categorizes your saved content, and allows you to share your notes, set reminders and get alerts to relevant news, offers and deals. The app’s semantic data technology allows you to save products, books, movies, recipes and more, and automatically get enhanced information, including price drops, local availability and coupons.
Springpad says that its growth has been fueled by mobile adoption. Nearly half of its users are using its Android app and a third are using Springpad via an iOS device.
Of course, it’s important to note that Evernote has over 6 million users, and is also growing like a weed. But considering the popularity of these note-taking applications, there seems to be room for multiple players.
Springpad is a social, smart cloud-based application that helps you discover, save, share and act on the things that matter most. Created by Boston-based Spring Partners and available for free for iOS, Android and on the Web, Springpad’s smart notebooks help you make better decisions. When you come across something you want to remember, quickly add it to Springpad on the web, from your phone, or via email. It automatically organizes and enhances the data you’ve stored with useful...