Presenting the Google Keep app for Chrome
Article by George Norman
On 03 May 2013
Google Keep, the Android app that provides a central location for all your ideas, was released about a month ago. It is now accompanied by the newly released Google Keep app for Chrome.

Back in March, Google rolled out a new Android app called Google Keep. This is a free app that provides a central location for storing whatever is on your mind. Come up with a great idea, want to write something down, want to take a photo of something you saw and annotate it? You can do all these things with the Google Keep app on your Android-powered mobile device (anything from 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich onward).


To get a better idea of what Google Keep can do, here’s a quick look at its main features.

Google Keep Main Features
  • Write down ideas, thoughts, anything you want.
  • Take pics and annotate them.
  • Checklists are of course featured
  • All your notes are stored on Google Drive, meaning they can easily be accessed from other devices.
  • Access, edit and create new notes on the web at
  • You can take notes by speaking into your device instead of typing.
  • Super-fast search function.
  • Archive or delete notes when you no longer need them
And here’s a short video that presents the Google Keep app.

So March saw the released of Google Keep for Android. This May we see the release of Google Keep for Chrome. You can use the Android app while on the go, and you can sue the Chrome app on your desktop machine. The Chrome app works even without an internet connection, works in its own window, lets you create notes, cross out to-do lists, and more.

Get Google Keep for Android for free from the Play Store.

Get Google Keep for Chrome fro free from the
Chrome Web Store.

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