What is Google Keep?

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Summary: What is Google Keep? Google now brings Google Keep, a new application that has filled users in forums and blogs with enthusiasm in recent days. Google Keep is an application that is ultimately for taking notes. Its biggest competitor is Evernote, but Google Keep still manages to make a decent stand against the note-taking giant. How does it work? Google Keep maintains a minimalist approach, which can be seen in its graphical presentation and functionality. The functionality of minimalism is a

What is Google Keep?

Google now brings Google Keep, a new application that has filled users in forums and blogs with enthusiasm in recent days. Google Keep is an application that is ultimately for taking notes. Its biggest competitor is Evernote, but Google Keep still manages to make a decent stand against the note-taking giant.

How does it work?

Google Keep maintains a minimalist approach, which can be seen in its graphical presentation and functionality. The functionality of minimalism is a double-edged sword because it offers us an essential service without entanglements, but at the same time, it can easily miss some features.
The creation of a note is limited to a text or list, to this we can add that the notes can also be created by voice, feature that works really well. Users can also identify their notes with colors to recognize them easily. It is also possible to sync Google Keep to Google Drive.
Google Keep can share notes, but opposed to Evernote, which creates a link that users can share with their contacts, Google Keep only allows to simply dump the contents into an email or social networks. Google Keep doesn't allow users to work offline and that seems like a heavy flaw when you do not have Internet all the time. Not having the Internet means not having Google Keep.

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Another existing criticism is that it is not possible to import PDF into Google Keep.

Comparing Google Keep with Evernote is not entirely fair, firstly because Evernote has been established long time ago and Google has just launched their note-taking app, however because there are a lot of similar applications on the market they could have taken some notes and could have included some more functions, like features as basic as the ability to configure alerts. Users do not want an overloaded app but neither one so minimalist that they run out functions. But it seems that following Google Keep's evolution could be worth the time and effort.

Features

Google Keep allows you to record what you think and easily create lists and share your ideas with your family and friends.

Capture your ideas, add notes, lists and photos on Google Keep. Are you in a hurry? Record a voice memo and keep it transcribed so you can find it later.

Share ideas with family and friends, share your notes with other users and edit them simultaneously in real time to easily plan a surprise party.

Find what you need fast, as the color coded notes let you quickly organize your day. If you need to find something that you saved, you only have to look.

Do not ever lose an idea as you access your information on your phone, tablet, computer and Android wearables. All you add is synchronized across all your devices so you can access your information wherever you are.

Find everything you need at the moment. If you need to remember to make a purchase, you can configure the app, based on the location, to view the shopping list as a reminder when you get to the store.

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ru4a692nite  1 comments

Goggle people told me one night when I was pissed about not wanting them to know were I was everyday and night. They fed me some BS about how I would benefit from it. I kept deleting my history. To me its wasted space. They told me it matter because they were not selling the info to 3rd party's. They were going to keep it. They owned me, they new my name, when I was born, credit card information. The convenience of signing in once and all their apps connect, seeky bastards.I told them that trying to control the world didn't work for Hitler or Satan. Good luck


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