Google Keep Helps You Keep Track Of Your Checklists

Posted Mar 20, 2013

Every day people are writing their check-lists, to-dos, and grocery lists on sticky notes.  The problem is that sometimes you have left your sticky note on your door or fridge at a time that you needed it in your pocket.  This is why Google has launched a new service called Google Keep.

Google Keep lets you put ideas down when you think of them.  Your notes are safely stored on Google Drive and are synced to all your devices so you can constantly have access to your notes.  Google Keep supports voice memos and searching through the notes is very fast.

If you are using an iPhone or iPad, you are out of luck because Google Keep is available on Google Play for devices that are running on Android 4.0+ (Ice Cream Sandwich or above).

Changing priorities isn?t a problem: just open Keep on your Android phone or tablet (there?s a widget so you can have Keep front and center all the time) and drag your notes around to reflect what matters. You can choose the color for each note too.  If you have devices running Android 4.2 or above, you can add a lock screen widget for Google Keep.