Google Keep is an app from the Mountain View, California company that lets you quickly and easily jot down shopping lists, reminders, and more. The app keeps all of your notes synced across the cloud and you can access them from the iPhone, an Android phone, or the web.
Google Keep Stories September 19
Google Keep quietly renamed to ‘Keep Notes’ on Android
Over the past several months, the most notable updates to Google Keep involved an option to add grid lines when drawing and support for subtasks. The app is likely due for a Google Material Theme, but in the meantime Google has quietly renamed the Android client to “Keep Notes.”
Google Keep Stories August 22
Besides the Google Material Theme, Gmail added a number of productivity features with its revamped web version in April. Today, the “quick-access side panel” that provides convenient access to Keep, Tasks, and more is making its way to other G Suite web apps like Docs and Calendar.
Google Keep Stories July 3
Google Keep for Android adds grid and ruled lines for drawings
Google Keep doesn’t get updated all that often, but the company has done a good job of adding in features that users want. This week, Keep for Android has been updated with new tools for drawing.
Google Keep Stories May 29
Google Keep updated w/ new grid lines on Chrome OS for stylus users
Google Keep is one of the company’s most handy, yet underrated tools. Recently, the company quietly updated the Chrome OS version of Google Keep to better support stylus users.
Google Keep Stories March 13
Google Keep gets a redesign on Android Wear and ditches ‘open on phone’ shortcut
Google Keep is a powerful tool, and one that I love using since I can access it basically anywhere. Whether it’s on Android, iOS, or the web, accessing notes and lists is a breeze. Android Wear, however, might be one of its most convenient locations, and now it’s getting a fresh redesign…
Google Keep Stories November 28, 2017