Google Keep for Notes Sees the Light of Day Only to Disappear

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  • 18 Mar 2013
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  • Since Google has decided to take down its Reader services, along with the mobile app and Chrome extension, it is only fare that the plans should involve the launching of new services, only better. Thus we’ve barely heard rumors about a Play News accommodation though there might be more.


    Google Drive has had a great time since it was first announced to integrate Docs as well as the online storage functionality. The interface changes along the way, including the offline mode only made it a very good alternative for a fully-fledged office suite, such as the one offered by Microsoft. It is expected that along the way we are sure to see further improvements brought to it.


    For note taking and with some very useful built-in features, Android Police reports that a new app integrated in Google Docs and called Google Keep has gone live only for a short while. It later vanished into oblivion for what might as well been a test for an imminent launch.  The note taking app offers color-codes and the integration of images and supports a familiar interface that will be very easy to get used to.

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    SOURCE: theVerge
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