Google Keep is a sleek, easy-to-use note-taking app that gives you ready access to all your lists, drawings, and notes across Android and iOS devices and Web browsers.
Built for touch: Unlike a few other note-taking apps that look and behave a bit like desktop apps modified for mobile devices, Google Keep is very much designed for the mobile screen. It does a nice job of presenting notes on a small screen and letting you add and edit notes with a few taps.
Ready access to your notes: With Keep available on Android and iOS, through the Web, and as a Chrome app, you have multiple ways to quickly access your notes.
More than text: You can add photos, capture Web content, change the color of a note, and create an illustration using Keep's drawing tools (pen, marker, highlighter, and eraser).
Create labels and set reminders: Add labels to your notes to collect your ideas. You can also create reminders for notes based on time or location, so that Keep will show your reminder when you are near that location.
Search and share: Search notes, filter results, and easily share notes with others.
Inconsistent syncing: We experienced a few issues with viewing notes via the Chrome app, and some users on the Google Docs Help Forum reported odd behaviors with the Web and Chrome versions of Keep.
Available across multiple platforms, Google Keep is a handy -- and free! -- note-taking app that can easily keep track of your thoughts and remind you of activities.
Quickly capture what's on your mind and be reminded at the right place or time. Speak a voice memo on the go and have it automatically transcribed. Grab a photo of a poster, receipt or document and easily find it later in search. Capture what's on your mind.
What's new in this version:
Take a note, see reminders, and view and check off lists on Android wearables.