Springloops is a collaboration tool intended for web development professionals. The application allows users to build groups and set permissions so clients and third party contractors can access the materials they need. Version control options included private Git and Subversion hosting. Users can also manage a streamlined ticketing system. Collaboration tools are also built in so teams can stay in touch without attending a time consuming in person meeting. All project information can be shared and accessed through the application in one convenient online location. User can also complete instant parallel deployments (available quantity is based on subscription). Springloops keeps data secure by hosting in an SAS 70 Type 2 data center.Show more screenshots »
Springloops has turned quite a few heads in the web development industry. The application has earned mentions all over the web, including many glowing comments from those with experience in development. One of the most appealing aspects is the application’s ability to appeal to all types of projects, from simple jobs to the more complex undertakings that other collaboration tools are usually not equipped to handle.
Springloops is appealing because of its versatility. The application offers a number of time saving tools that allow team members to stay in touch and aware of what is going on. Springloops caters to all manner of projects so developers can work any way they need to without leaving the application. The ticketing system was added in a later version and has further improved the already attractive features list.
Springloops is a visually appealing application that doesn’t let its looks get in the way with its functionality. The layout is very clean with enough open space to make the user feel comfortable while supplying all necessary details. Vibrant colors are worked in as tags, links and icons so the user doesn’t feel bored staring at a primarily white screen. Adjusting to Springloops takes minimal time so the user can focus more energy on their project rather than learning the application.
New users can click the “Plans and Pricing” link or button found on the Springloops homepage to begin. After clicking the green “Choose Plan” button that corresponds with their desired subscription, the user is asked to provide a desired account name (which will be part of their account URL), first and last name, time zone, email address and password. The user is automatically logged in to a free trial account after submitting the form.
Six subscription options are offered by Springloops. The first is a free account which includes access for two users, one active project, one instant parallel deployment and 100 MBs of storage space. Next is the Flowerpot plan which costs $15 per month and upgrades to four users, 10 projects and 3 GBs of storage. The Greenhouse plan costs $25 per month and includes access for up to 6 users, 25 projects and 6 GBs of storage space. The Garden plan costs $50 per month and includes up to 12 users, 50 projects, two instant parallel deployments, 12 GBs of storage space and access to group and permission features. The Field account costs $100 and upgrades to 25 users, 100 projects, three instant parallel deployments and 24 GBs of storage space. The most expensive plan is the Forest which costs $200 per month and includes unlimited users, unlimited projects, four instant parallel deployments and 60 GBs of storage space.
Springloops is an appealing tool for web development teams. Users can collaborate online to save time and keep everyone in the loop. The application also offers a diverse list of subscriptions that fit easily into a wide range of budgets, from the tiny startup group to the established team. Each paid plan also includes a free 14 day trial that does not require a credit card, which is an attractive benefit for anyone who is on the fence about trying the application.