Google today announced that it’s bringing its Google Keep note taking app to iPhone and iPad for the first time after originally releasing only for web and Android users a couple years back.
The journal-like app allows users to save notes, photos and other content and integrates reminders, to-do lists, and voice input features. Notes are customizable with colors and labels and can be shared with others for real-time collaboration, while reminders can be set by time or location. Users can also search for notes using filters for content type, color and more.
The app keeps notes in sync across platforms including an Android app and versions for Chrome and the web that support Mac and Windows users.
The Google Keep app is available for iOS starting today for both iPhone and iPad.
Forget fumbling with sticky notes, or trying to recall that last item on your to-do list. When you’re trying to capture a moment or remember a task, Google Keep can help. And starting today, the things you love about Keep on the web and Android are now available on iOS:
- Find what you need, quickly by searching and filtering your notes by color and type like images, audio and text. You can also add labels to help you organize your thoughts
- Set time or location-based reminders so you won’t forget to swing by the dry cleaners or miss an item on your shopping list
- Do more, together by sharing your notes so you can divvy up the packing list and watch as the items get checked off in real time.
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