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New Live Action Video: Springpad 4.0

Life’s moving so fast. You hear about a great restaurant, a Top 25 bestseller, a luscious recipe and a movie you want to see – but you just want to save it for later. Springpad will instantly enhance and keep on updating what you save with more information. Save a restaurant and they’ll give you a map and reviews. Save a movie, and they’ll give you the showtimes nearby. Save a recipe and they’ll give you a shopping list, wine pairings and local deals. Save a product, they’ll tell you when there’s a price drop.

Video Transcript

Life is busy. It seems like there’s never enough time to do the things we really need to do, while still having time for the things we love.

We think everyday can be done better, which is why we built SpringPad. With SpringPad, you can keep your entire life organized, whether you’re at home, or in the office.

It’s like having your very own personal assistant wherever you go.

Collaborate privately with co-workers on your upcoming business trip.

Clip interesting web pages directly from your browser, and follow other helpful SpringPad notebooks with a click.

And it’s not all about business…Need to remember a good restaurant, book, or article? Springpad has you covered.

Access everything from anywhere at anytime, like during your lunch break.

Keep track of the things you have to do, and check off the things you’ve already done. Cake and balloons…check.

At home, you can pull up saved recipes, make a grocery list, add ratings, and jot down notes. Don’t forget the lemonade and dinosaur chicken nuggets!

And when it’s party time, you can bring all of your favorite ideas to life, then share your party planning tips with friends.

When your little guy’s tuckered out at the end of the day, and you’re ready for a little “me time”, we’ll recommend the perfect movie to help you unwind.

SpringPad is beautiful, helpful, fun, and free! So download it today or go to It’s the everyday, done better.

Written by Laura Irons
When Laura’s not starring in our videos, she’s selling them. Send us an email or give us a call, and you’ll probably talk to her. Make sure to ask about her irrational fear of cotton balls, underwater scenes, and 3D printing. Follow Demo Duck, a Chicago video production company, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.