In case you’re unfamiliar, Springpad, is fast becoming one of the major life-organizing note repository services such as Evernote. And having just passed the 1 million user mark, Springpad is announcing the release of several new features including a web app, chrome extension, and iPhone and iPad apps. They promise even more spiffy new features to come within the next few months.
There are many ways you can access Springpad and they’ve recently made improvements to them all. You can login via Springpadit.com where you can now set a custom background image, recover deleted items from trash, search using advanced filters, and save filters. The chrome extension allows you to create and find notes on the fly while you browse the web. Their iPhone and iPad apps let you create voice memos, rearrange your notebooks, and even post updates to Twitter and Facebook. Improvements to their Android app are on the way.
Besides the new features, Springpad also offers some new tips on how you can use Springpad to help organize your household. Some of the things you can do with it include creating weekly meal plans, using it for GTD, Organizing take-out menus, and creating a home inventory. And for one last fun tip, Springpad explains that you can instantly push notes to your Android phone using their “Send to Phone” feature under Quick Links. For details check out the Springpadit blog.