Evernote isn’t the only productivity app around.
Springpad, an intelligent note-taking and information organizing service, has racked up 2.5 million users since its launch three years ago.
Founded by Spring Partners, the app has added about 500,000 users in the last two months, according to the company’s chief executive Jeff Janer. The company originally set out to build a desktop browser-based service and attracted 40,000 users by March of last year. But it really started to take off when it released its mobile apps for Android and iPhone.