Keep is being updated to allow for reminders to be set, as well as location tags to be attached to notes. Users will be able to set the time and date of the reminder, and snooze or reset it if needed.
What are the first few apps that you should install on your new Android device? Well, we’ve put together a list of some really good must-have’s. Curious to know more? Read on to find out!
Everyone from every demographic can find a use for taking notes. We’re helping out by showing you our picks for the best note taking apps for Android.
The Astrid to do app has been acquired by Yahoo! and all signs point to the service shutting down. Here are some great alternatives to Astrid for keeping to-do lists on Android.
A simple and efficient extension for Google Chrome allows you to use Google Keep easier, by having it close-by at all times, in its own pop-up window.
Want to know what the best apps for the month of March 2013 was? We have your back with a list of the 15 best apps that were released in the month of March.
Google has released Google Keep, a note taking application. We’ve done up a full review so you can see what it’s all about.
A few days ago a new Google note-taking app called Keep made its way to the net for a brief time, before disappearing again. Now Google Keep is back, and finally official.
While Google had a dabble in similar territory before to no success (remember Google Notebook?), it appears that the tech giant is on the cusp of introducing a new note-taking service, dubbed as Google Keep.