Springpad Note Application Gets Even Better with Email, RSS Options

Saving and tracking your notes just got a bit easier this week as Springpad announced an update to their service. Two key features have been added to the popular organization tool making it a cinch to add and view your to-do list, recipes, notes, and photos. Effective immediately, users can now email practically anything to [email protected] where it will be saved right into their account. Think of how often you get emailed travel itineraries, family pictures, grocery lists, and little notes and you can see how handy this can be. Also in the latest update is the integration of RSS and iCAL feeds. Now you can subscribe to your notes through Google Reader, read them on Flipboard and even share them with others across their favorite RSS apps.

Springpad is also tossing a bone to developers with a private beta release of their API. This API allows devs to more easily integrate with the Springpad system, leveraging their notes, photos, recipes, bookmarks, and more. If interested, developers are advised to register at http://springpadit.com/developers.


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