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Google Keep, Google's new note taking service is now available on the web and Android

Google unveils Keep, a note taking service available online and on Android

Anthony Garreffa | Mar 20, 2013 at 09:33 pm CDT (0 mins, 36 secs reading time)

Google have officially launched Keep, and if you haven't heard of it before now - like myself - it might actually become a tool you'll use on the daily. Google Keep is a note taking service, available online and through an app for Android.

Keep is aimed at users who need to quickly tap something into their device, where it is saved onto Google Drive. Those of you with Android 4.2.2-based devices get an even better way of taking notes, as there's a lock screen widget available for even quicker and easier access to jotting down notes. There's the trailer above explaining Keep, and if you're interested, check it out on the Play Store for your Android device.

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