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Thursday, 21 March 2013 09:20

Google allows you to store your notes

Written by Nick Farrell



Keep released

Google has officially lifted the curtain off its Google Keep note-taking service.

The software aims to replace post-it notes and scribbles put onto paper. It allows users to quickly jot down ideas, make checklists and voice notes, and archive important photos. The data is stored away in Google Drive, and it syncs to all of your Google-linked devices.

You can also manage all of these notes and mental reminders with your browser or on Android. The Google Keep app is now available in Google Play for devices running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and up. There's also a lock screen widget for devices with Android Jelly Bean 4.2 and above. It is a little fiddly for us, we would probably still stick to post-it notes as it takes time to tap in anything into Android.

Nick Farrell

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