Springpad Shutting Down Users Have Until June 25th To Export Data



Springpad, an iOS and Android app much like Evernote has shut down and is giving users until June 25th to export their data or migrate it over to Evernote. The company says it cannot continue to be a self-sustaining business because funding is just not there. It’s sad to see competition die off like this but it’s the reality of the business world. Not every company will remain standing, there will be a select few left hopefully enough to leave the consumer some good choice. Read Springpad’s full announcement below. 

Springpad Blog

To the Springpad Community,

As we announced a few days ago, we are very sorry to let you know that Springpad will be shutting down on June 25th. Unfortunately, we were not able to secure additional funding or scale to become a self-sustaining business. As part of closing our business, a portion of our team is joining Google.

At this point, our priority is to help you move forward with the data you have stored in Springpad.

Today we are releasing an export tool that gives you a few options including a full Evernote migration, a viewable HTML data backup, and an importable JSON file for other services to use. Read more below about each of these options, or go to springpad.com/savemystuff to start migrating your data now. You will have until June 25th to continue to access your data and complete your migration. At that point Springpad.com will no longer be available, all online and sync features of the mobile apps will stop working, and your personal data will no longer be stored on our servers.

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.

Thank you to our loyal users and partners – We couldn’t have made Springpad what it was without you!

The Springpad Team

Source: Springpad Blog – Export Springpad Data

Last Updated on November 27, 2018.


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