Earlier today Google announced ‘Google Keep’ which is a new note-taking application for Android phones. The new application is available now and comes stock with a few key features.
The application can be found below, and was announced today from Google for Android 4.0 and higher. The app aims to be a quick way to write down reminders, addresses, or other information that you may need to access quickly. The application uses ‘Google Drive’ so it will synch across all of your connected devices as well. The notes can be arranged in colors or archives and even features a transcription option, so you can quickly jot down your ideas.
Since it’s from Google it will already work with Gmail, much like it works with Google Drive. The application is a little barebones at the moment, but odds are Google will start integrating the rest of Google’s social-media and functions with the application.
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