Google launches ‘Google Keep’, an Evernote-style laptop app – PC Tech Magazine


google-keepGoogle released Google Keep, a note-taking app comparable to Evernote. It’s free and currently available for any device running Android 4.0 or higher.

The idea is just that it’s a repository for anything you want to remember. Take text and photo notes to instantly sync across all devices so you always have access to all the information you need.

In a statement posted on the official Google blog, Katherine Kuan said this;

Every day we all see, hear, or think about things that we need to remember. Usually we take a pad of sticky notes, jot down a reminder, and put it on the desk, refrigerator, or the corresponding page in a magazine. Unfortunately, if you’re like me, you’ll likely find that the desk, the fridge, or the magazine often wasn’t such a smart place to leave the note after all … it’s rarely where you need it when you need it. need.

To solve this problem, we created Google Keep. With Keep, you can quickly jot down your ideas when you think about them and even include checklists and photos to keep track of what’s important to you. Your notes are securely stored in Google Drive and synced across all of your devices so you can always have them at your fingertips.

If it’s more convenient to talk than to type, that’s great: Keep automatically transcribes voice memos for you. There’s a super-fast search to find what you’re looking for and when you’re done with a note you can archive or delete it.

Changing priorities isn’t a problem: just open Keep on your Android phone or tablet (there’s a widget so you can have Keep in the foreground all the time) and drag your notes to reflect what matters. You can also choose the color of each note.

Credit: Google Blog

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