Google Keep note-taking app finally comes to iOS

Google has finally announced the note-taking app Google Keep for Apple's iOS platform.


Google has finally announced the note-taking app Google Keep will be available on Apple's iOS platform.

Google Keep was announced in 2013 for Android and desktops, aimed to simply list-making and note-keeping helping users to quickly jot down ideas. You can take notes on Google Keep as well as add images and check lists to your to-do. You can even speak into your phone and have Google Keep transcribe it as a note.

The iOS version will be getting all the features seen on web and Android. Google Keep v1.0.4 for iOS is a 28MB file and will work with devices running iOS 8 and later OS versions.

It is now available to down from the Apple App store. The app description reads, "Quickly filter and search for notes by colour and other attributes like lists with the label “To-dos”, audio notes with reminders or just see shared notes. Find what you're looking for even faster, and let Keep do the remembering for you."


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