Google Keep Now Available for Android and Drive (Video)

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  • 21 Mar 2013
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  • Only a few days ago did we talk about Google’s decision to cancel Reader as part of their services and we came to the conclusion that it may come to Google to release new and improved service. After a previous attempt to launch it, the new Note taking service is now available.


    Google Keep has been briefly introduced just a short while ago only to be removed in a matter of minutes for what might as well have been a first attempt at launching the app. Since then previous attempts have been spotted, including an entry in the Play Store that also was left in no time without an actual link. Now the service has been finally introduced, with an announcement on the official blog.

    The concept behind Google Keep is as simple as possible, though the features it offers are  highly useful. It will compete with services such as Evernote and it offers about the same abilities. Notes can be taken either by hand, or through voice recordings and there is also the ability to add pictures and than comment on them. The interface is something we’re already used with from Google and its speed is to be appreciated for when in need of taking a fast note. You can now find it on the Store and in Google Drive.

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