Spaaze provides users with a simple way to organize information online. The application gives users an eye-catching space to drag and drop anything. The user can organize the content on their Spaaze page. Double clicking text will enable the user to edit it. When dragging an item, two tabs appear that allow the user to either delete it or add it to a ‘hot spot.’ While browsing, the user can add websites and other content they come across using a built in browser tool offered by Spaaze. These items appear on the user’s Spaaze page so they can organize and access it later. Spaaze gives users a highly versatile, stylish way to save and manage the content they want to save.
Spaaze was created by Stefan, who currently works for Irian Solutions. Stefan wanted to build an application that would help users take quick notes and build fast to do lists for projects. The results of his personal need are the many features that come with Spaaze. Stefan works for Irian Solutions, the creator of the Mind42 application, which allows users to collaboratively mind map online. Spaaze is currently in beta.
The flexibility of Spaaze is what really makes it so appealing. Users can save just about any kind of content they want. The user can also add and edit notes and decide how they want each item to appear on their Spaaze page. The drag and drop system is about as easy as it gets, another big plus that enables users to manage and access their content quickly.
A new visitor to Spaaze will notice that the site looks much like other modern websites. A blue jean background spices things up while the stylish blue and white logo adds even more personality. As the user navigates, they will find that the homepage is actually an example of a Spaaze page. They can drag the entire page up and down, or click and drag specific items on the page. An opaque set of tabs appears at the bottom, one with a recycling bin for items that the user wants to delete and the other with a star to move items to their hot spot.
Spaaze is still in beta, so anyone can create an account for free. The website provides a draft of the planned subscription system. A free user can access labels, bookmarks, basic notes, linked images and add videos from YouTube and Vimeo to their Spaaze page. The user also receives 500 Spaaze points for creating an account. These points can be put towards the website’s prepaid system. The prepaid system allows users to upload images and files, add HTML widgets, extended notes, multiple Spaaze boards and allows them to change backgrounds for their boards. Users can purchase 500 Spaaze credits for approximately $10. A subscription option will also be made available that starts as low as around $3 per month.
Spaaze is a great tool for anyone who has web access and needs to get organized. The application is very flexible so users can add just about anything to their board and organize it however they want. The drag and drop system is very fast and easy as well, making the application a good on the go option.