Google Keep Note-taking App and Web Service Official

by Reads (777)

Google Keep is now official, and as expected from previous leaks, it’s Google’s new note-taking apps, similar to Evernote.

Google KeepGoogle Keep is simple, it’s an app and web service for users to jot down quick notes, that can then be accessed from anywhere, assuming the user is signed into his or her Google account. The notes are saved on Google Drive, Google’s cloud and sharing service, and the app is available on devices running Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 or later.

Google Keep is simple at a glance, as it should be. This is the digital alternative to sticky notes, after all. Notes can be searched, archived, and deleted, and the user interface seemingly borrows from the familiar Windows tile UI. The Keep app also has a widget for even more constant and salient reminders, as well as a lock-screen widget for Android devices running version 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, and notes can be reorganized and color coded.

Of course, it’s free, so check it out and let us know what you think in the comments below.

Source: Google

LEAVE A COMMENT

2 Comments

|
All content posted on TechnologyGuide is granted to TechnologyGuide with electronic publishing rights in perpetuity, as all content posted on this site becomes a part of the community.

  1. Jamison Cush

    And with this, Google keeps me locked in just a bit tighter to its services. I’m already tied into Gmail, Chrome, and Drive, and I know I’ll make good use of Keep.

  2. Jeff Dunn

    I may be weird, but I basically already use Docs to take quick notes. So even though Keep looks like a cleaner and more focused way of jotting down quick things, I’m not sure if I’m down for opening another app specifically to do something I already do with Docs — albeit in a makeshift fashion. I’ll have to test it out.