Google has debuted a Keep Chrome web app, bringing the functionality of the Android app to the desktop. For those who don't know, Google Keep functions much the same as Evernote, providing content storage and syncing between devices. This content is generally notes and other journal-like data.
The new app, available from the Chrome store, offers up offline support on the desktop. Google Keep allows users to store notes, pictures, and other content and sync it between devices.
The Google Keep Chrome app launches in its own window, so you can create notes, cross out your to-do lists, and attach photos to tasks while you work on other things. And if you don't have an internet connection, don't fret: the Chrome app works offline because we all know that ideas (big and small) can be sparked at any time.
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