Along with this week’s update to the Springpad web app, we’ve just release a new extension for the Chrome Browser. (Coming soon for Firefox)
This new extension works just like the Spring It! web clipper. It allows you to clip things that you find around the web without launching the Springpad web app – all from a tiny yellow icon to the right of your browser’s address bar. Read more…
We’ve just released an update to the Springpad web app that gives you smarter clipping from social services, easier sharing as you spring and a boatload of other things to improve your experience with Springpad!
Smart Clipping from Pinterest
When you come across an idea that you want to save, we want Springpad to be your go-to organizer in the cloud. And to make the things you save the most useful to you, we’re committed to enhancing your springs, no matter where you find them. Read more…
One of the easiest ways to save new things to Springpad is to “Share” them from other Android apps. So, when you find something as you’re surfing the web or when you’re using another app, you can save it in a Springpad notebook right from where you are! Read more…
Springpad lets you save things wherever and whenever you come across them. One of the most popular ways to save new things to Springpad is to clip them as you surf the web, all without leaving the site you’re on.
You can easily clip things as you surf the web from your computer, from your iPhone or iPad, or from your Android device. Here’s how it works: Read more…
9/16/11 UPDATE: The Clipper is now optimized for the iPhone and iPad.
How to Install the Springpad Clipper for your iPhone or iPad (video)
There have been many requests to make the Springpad Clipper work on the iPad, and one of our users stepped up to the challenge!
Kirk Sample posted his own instructions for adding the Springpad Clipper to the iPad. It works on the iPhone, too!
UPDATE: Click Here to download the text file to copy and then paste into the bookmark for the Springpad Clipper.
Adding details to your items
1. We’ve removed star ratings.
2. Notes, media & links have been consolidated. If you’d like to add links, photos, videos or files to any of your items, click on “Notes”.
Adding things to My Stuff
3. Importing a recipe is a little bit different. In My Stuff, click on Recipe on the right hand side, then paste a link into the bar at the top.
4. Adding a Business or Restaurant in a specific city is slightly different. In My Stuff, click on Business or Restaurant on the right hand side, and start to type the name of what you’d like to save. Then there will be a little box that will allow you to change the location. Read more…
ATTENTION: This post contains details about a previous version of Springpad. To learn about the updates in Springpad 3.0, check out this blog post: “The New Springpad Makes It Fun and Easy to Share.”
The Springpad Clipper allows you to quickly add things to Springpad while you surf the web. Just install the Spring It! button in your browser bar and you’ll be able to save anything to Springpad without leaving the web page that you’re currently viewing. Save an article you want to read later or something more specific like a product, recipe or restaurant.