Save What’s On Your Mind With Google Keep [DOWNLOAD]

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Google has just officially launched a new note-taking cloud-based app called Keep that is poised to compete with services like Evernote and Springpad in the notebook and productivity market. With Google Keep you can quickly keep and organize all your ideas and everything you want to remember in a central place, no matter where you are. So whenever you find inspiration you can file away all your ideas in a safe and secure place that can be accessed across all your devices (always in sync). With Google Keep you can quickly record ideas as soon as you think of them and even include checklists and photos to keep track of what’s important to you.

And if it would be more convenient to speak than to type, don’t worry Google has you covered! Keep transcribes voice memos for you automatically. It also comes equipped with a super-fast search to find what you’re looking for and file notes away in archives. You can easily change priorities by dragging your notes around to reflect what matters, and highlight each note with a color of your choice.

Pro tip: You can quickly add thoughs without even ulocking your device with the lock screen widget (running on devices using Anrdoid 4.2+).

Google Keep is available right now at the Google Play store for devices running Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich and above.

Google Keep

Google also stated:

You can access, edit and create new notes on the web at and in the coming weeks you’ll be able to do the same directly from Google Drive.”

This is a very interesting launch by Google with the voice memos and could become a real threat to Evernote given Google’s resources and integration with their core Drive service. What are your thoughts? Could this be an Evernote killer?

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Shanna Hall
Evernote has a great product. Sure they have some things to improve, but who doesn't? I love that I can clip from my computer and take it with me and vice versa. The only thing I see right now is the functionality of being able to add a note without having to unlock my phone... that is quite appealing. :)
Kristen Smith
I find Evernote to not be very intuitive so I don't use it as much as I should. Very interested to see this product.
Vitus Feldmann
I am sure this is/will be competition for Evernote. No doubt.
Daniel Zeevi
For sure VItus, I love Evernote but it's pretty slow clipping things...
Buddy Hodges
Competition is usually good for the consumer ;-)
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