Google announced a new service, Keep, that’ll compete with note-taking apps like Evernote on the desktop and Android mobile devices. Google Keep will let you jot down a quick note that’ll sync to Drive, Google’s cloud storage service. The notes are more than text and can include checklists and photos. There’s even support for dictation so you can speak your notes and send them to the Drive.
The Google Keep app is available for devices running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or higher. It’s also a web app that’s accessible from any browser. Go to http://drive.google.com/keep to check it out.
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