Google Keep is seeing an update soon, taking it to version 2.2. With the latest version, we’ll get the ability to search images as well make copies of notes. Better organization is incoming as well, and the UI has been tweaked just a bit, too.
You have a smartphone for a reason, or more likely several. Gaming, chatting, navigation — there are a ton of reasons to have a mobile device. One of those reasons is taking notes, and keeping track of life. With plenty of options out there, which are the best? Is there any one app that will do it all for you? We take a look at a few of the more popular note taking apps to find out.
Just in time to help you keep notes on your holiday activities, Google has just announced a rather significant update to Google Keep. While these changes are limited to the web-based version, they do bring it close to the features and behaviors of its Android counterpart.
When Google announced its Google Keep note-taking app last March, it was nothing more than a handy digital post-it system. And though it was recently updated to include a few more features, users are clamoring for more, and it seems that they will indeed get more if this code examination is any indication.
There is no shortage of note taking apps available for Android users. Two of the more well known are Evernote and Google Keep, however a new addition has recently arrived in the Play Store. Though, while this latest is a new addition to Android, it is already an established player in the world of productivity apps.
Google is currently rolling out the latest update for Keep. Details on this update bring talk of reminders, a new navigation drawer and images. The reminder options are time and location based and just in case you aren't ready to complete that task just yet -- there is also the option to snooze it for the time being.
Last month Google released their answer to taking notes, Google Keep, to take on rival apps like Evernote and more. The app is their way to easily and quickly take notes, save images, and much more on Android and the web, then sync them across devices. Today however, its gone cross platform even more and they released Keep for Google Chrome.
Today Evernote has been in the news more than a few times. After Google launched their note competitor last week, Google Keep, we've been seeing plenty mentions of the note-taking app. Today they have two things they've announced in what looks to be a fire back at Google. For one they released an awesome update with tons of new features, and now we've learned they signed an exclusive deal with Deutsche Telekom to improve their international presence.
After initially leaking and then being removed, today Google pulled the trigger on their new note-taking app Google Keep. Just like many of their current services like Google Now, Google Keep aims to be a deeply integrated and do-it-all app for all your note-taking and daily tasks. With integration into your account and Google Drive (get started here) Google Keep looks to take on Evernote, Any.DO and more.
Today Google Keep has been revealed as the company's first attempt to create a fully-integrated note-taking system for all your smart devices. With Google Keep, you'll be able to quickly write down ideas on your Android smartphone, access them on-the-go with your smartphone or tablet, and grab them back at home with your desktop computer. Starting with voice transcription built-in (as it is with most Android devices and their apps these days), you'll find Google Keep working with Google Drive to keep all of your clippings, ideas, and bits and pieces safe wherever you go!