Springpad for Android Gets Major Update, to Version 3.2 (Video)

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  • 28 Sep 2012
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  • Springpad for Android has just been updated to version 3.2.1, that brings a simplified saving method. The creator of the app has improved the menu for adding new things to the notebooks you use. The application has been optimized for compatibility with more devices, especially tablets. That was mostly update 3.2, but 3.2.1 also brought some extras detailed after the break.

    3.2.1 brings an updated app icon, removes the “Retrieve Running Apps” permission and reduces the amount of memory used by the software, a very important update. For those of you who won’t know what Springpad is actually about, this is sort of collection of notes and clips, that are saved, shared and organized into notebooks and everything is done with the option of cooperating with other users. You can collect stuff you find on the web, clip an article, snap a picture, scan a barcode, even record a voice memo and integrate it.

    You can save a restaurant and you’ll get a map and reviews for it, plus save a movie and the Rotten Tomatoes and nearby showtimes will be added, so Springpad is a gold mine when it comes to free time and hobbies. Recipes get the same treatment and products, that will have you informed when there’s a price drop. Family and friends can cooperate and edit the notebooks. You can get the new and updated app from here.

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    • Kushaldeep Chaujar

      As i open springpad it takes 100mb of RAM and keeps increasing if i keep using,very very slow.Even in the official video it is taking time to finish a task and they must be using a high end phone.But on my device it takes minimum 10 seconds and i have just started using with just 2 notebooks.That is a drawback otherwise good app.

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