Google Officially Unveils Keep, A Drive-Based Note-Taking Utility

Google today officially unveiled their note-taking solution. Built to sync notes through Google Drive, the replacement of Google Docs, the system currently supports both Android and the web.

Google Keep’s Android client is actually very nice. The design of the app is similar to the language used in Google Now, heavily relying on clean corners and typography to convey information. For me, it’s on the verge of replacing my previous system. It is unclear as to whether or not an iOS version will be released, though given Google’s recent track record of supporting iOS, it seems likely.


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