Part Google Docs, part Google Tasks, part scratchpad, and all awesome, Google Keep is much more than just a note-taking app. Whether you need it to juggle multiple major projects or just need a grocery list that'll pop up when you reach Target, Google Keep is more than deserving of a spot on your home screen and in your workflow.
Google Keep allows you to make notes, lists, and more within its handy little organizer, but what about when your note gets too long or you want to move to another service? Here's how to get a single note, or all of your notes, exported from Google Keep.
It doesn't matter whether you have a million tasks or just need to get some ideas out of your head, there is a to-do app for everyone and every situation. These are the best to-do apps that you can download on your favorite Android device.
Google is finally removing Chrome apps from Chromebooks, and the Google Keep app is getting caught up in the purge. The company is advising users to move to the web by February 2021, at which point the Chrome app will become a web shortcut in any case.
Google Keep is a minimalist note-taking app that comes with a slew of features. The app is straightforward to use, allowing you to easily create to-do lists, voice notes, and so much more. An update rolling out to the service now lets you pin notes at the top, giving you quick access to your notes.