Evernote rival Springpad is releasing a nifty new feature today, allowing users to discover the likes, check-ins and recommendations of all of your Facebook friends. So you’ll be able to see the movies, television shows, books, music and places your friends recommend in one place.
For background, Springpad’s multi-platform digital notebook allows you to jot down notes, save websites, images and more. Springpad will then categorize your saved content, and allows you to share your notes, set reminders and more. The app goes a step further to analyze your content and then serve you alerts to relevant news, offers and deals. Springpad’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.
Not only does Springpad integrate all of your friends’ likes, but you can access this data by friend and information type, including places, Zipcode, restaurants, movies, television shows, music, books, wine and products. You can also search nearby from your mobile device for friends’ likes and check-ins.
Springpad, which has over 2 million users, says that it will soon implement similar massive data integrations with music services like Pandora, as well as other social networks like Foursquare, and Google+.