Mar 20 AT 5:19 PM Nick Gray 35 Comments

Google Keep hits Google Play – keeps your notes in sync across all your connected devices


Roughly 24 hours after Google Keep made a short appearance on the web, it appears the service has actually gone live. From the looks of it, Google Keep is being positioned as a simple note taking service which allows you to “stay on top of your world by quickly accessing and organizing the information you want” by allowing you to enter notes, pictures and lists.

Google Keep is accessible through Google Drive and can also be downloaded on your Android phone and tablet from Google Play. It’s nice to see Google expand its service and app portfolio, but Google Keep will need to improve quickly if they want to compete with services like Evernote, Wunderlist, SpringPad and even Microsoft’s OneNote. Hopefully Google Keep will evolve into a much more robust app with notifications, note categorization, tagging or even drawing support.

If you download Google Keep, leave us a comment below and let us know your initial thoughts.

Google Keep features

  • Keep track of your thoughts via notes, lists and photos
  • Have voice notes transcribed automatically
  • Use homescreen widgets to capture thoughts quickly
  • Color-code your notes to help find them later
  • Swipe to archive things you no longer need
  • Turn a note into a checklist by adding checkboxes
  • Use your notes from anywhere – they are safely stored in the cloud and available on the web at

google-keep googlekeep1 googlekeep2 googlekeep3 googlekeep-4 googlekeep5 googlekeep-tablet

Google has even uploaded a short YouTube video which highlights the main features of the new service.


Nick is a tech enthusiast who has a soft spot for HTC and its devices. He started (the first HTC blog) back in 2007 and later joined the Android and Me family in the summer of 2010.

    Most Tweeted This Week