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Springpad is shutting down their Services

I received this morning an email from Springpad informing me that their Services will shutdown indefinite on the 25.06.2014. and I should be migrating all my stored data into Evernote or storing them locally. I remember SpringPad since beta but I have not used it as much as Evernote. Interesting enough is the comment on their page saying that several of their Team Members moving to Google. Below a snipe of the mail

Dear gizmojunkee,
We are very sorry to announce that Springpad will be shutting down on June 25th. At that point, Springpad.com will no longer be available and all online and sync features of the mobile apps will stop working.Read more about this announcement

It’s our top priority to help you during this transition. We have created multiple ways for you to take next steps with your Springpad data including a full Evernote migration option, a viewable html data backup and an importable file for other services to use. Please visithttps://springpad.com/savemystuff before June 25th to export your data.

Thank you to our loyal users – We hope that you have enjoyed using Springpad as much as we enjoyed building it for you!

Export Your Data Now

We understand that this transition may be difficult for many of you and we will try to help as much as possible. If you have questions or need help, please visit the Springpad Shutdown FAQ

The Springpad Team

It is a shame really as Springpad was a great Service. Interesting enough the info on their Website that most of their Team is joining Google ;-D

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One comment

  1. I am curious who may have bought out their app platform or intellectual property rights. Springpad was a really unique service.
    For the past year, Springpad has been going full steam ahead towards building a great service. It definitely had everything going for it. They did a bunch of Google HangOuts, YouTube Videos, promotional appearances on shows like TWIT, all those really cool pre-configured template notebooks they recently introduced, the intuitive Chrome Springpad clipper extension, why did they suddenly throw in the towel? They even had Peter Walsh, a celebrity personal organization guru passionately pitching Springpad. Along with other various productivity specialists, he how he set up his awesome personal notebook into a free Springpad template notebook. All the notebooks I checked out were beautifully designed and so user-friendly.
    There are some great features I will surely miss. Springpad clipper formats recipes from the web even better than recipe software I’ve subscribed to (the pictures are where they’re supposed to be and everything automatically).

    You know I think I’m going to go make sure I copy all my recipes off Springpad right now instead of wondering if Springpad might re-emerge somewhere….like Evernote? Pinterest? Also Microsoft has simultaneously been developing OneNote into the amazing platform I’ve been yearning for it to become. Could the platform been bought out by MS?
    Or was the Springpad business model just not viable? There wasn’t a paid Springpad Premium subscription as far as I know. Nor do I recall any advertising (but I use ad-block, so maybe there is?) The article did mention something about not getting funded. But certainly they could have sold the technology!
    I’m going to go make sure I get my recipes saved. I was just doing a web search to see if I could find out what the deal was and your blog popped up. I didn’t think about Google…. thanks for pointing this little factoid out to me:)
    take care!