Springpad has updated their Android client, adding in new ways to share your notes and memos, as well as new widget options. Springpad is a popular cross platform service, that stores and sorts your notes and reminders in the cloud, making them easily to access from any Android or iOS device, or your computer desktop. What makes Springpad unique is the way it gathers other pertinent information from the web about the item your saving.
New in the latest version is what Springpad is calling "Save for later" from other apps. Anything you can long press you'll be able to save to Springpad, and their service will fill in details like directions, prices, deals and the like, and attach them to your item. Of course it handles simple note-taking as well, and does so like a champ. Add in a quick note style widget, and a to-do list widget, and it all works really well. Sounds like it may be very useful, and well worth a look. Springpad is free on the Android Market for phones running Android 1.6 or higher. The download link, press release and some more screenshots are after the break.
Springpad Updates Android App with Capabilities that Leverage the Wisdom of All Your Apps
Updated App Easily Saves and Adds Enhanced Information to Springpad from All On-Board Apps and Websites
Demo saving an Amazon book title:
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