Google Keep Note-taking Service Launched
Adam Parnala | On 21, Mar 2013
Google just launched a note-taking service called as Google Keep. The said service went live on their official website two days ago for a short period but it mysteriously disappeared after a while. It’s not surprising though as it might not be ready for prime time during that day.
Now, a new addition to the awesome line of Google products was officially unveiled. It’s not really new to Google as they’ve had Notebook before, but it didn’t have the kicks to make through the competition. Today’s most acknowledged note-taking service is from Evernote, which was recently compromised making user informations vulnerable. The arrival of Google Keep is timely, as people are more than willing to shift from their current app to another right now due to their fear of being compromised again.
Our first impression of the Google keep is it’s beautiful and elegantly designed. The interface is sleek and we really think that this new app from Google will give Evernote a headache.
So what can Google Keep do? Well, it’s not just a basic note-taking app – there are tons of great features that should get you excited in case you use your device for taking notes.
In Google Keep, you can create, share, and save notes, make list of tasks, pictures, and any other content in a well-organized manner. If you’re too tired (or lazy) to write them down, you don’t have to worry as it can be easily controlled through your voice. In fact, it can even transcribe voice memos. What’s even better is that it can be synced in your Google Drive so you can take all those notes wherever you are – as long as you have a computer or a device with an internet connection. Also, if you’re using android devices, it can be seamlessly synced to all of them if you have your notes in one Google account. Pretty neat, right?
Google Keep, anyone? Or are you sticking with your old pal, Evernote? The app is available for devices running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and above. Hit the download link above if you want to try it out.
[Source: Google Blog]