I take photos of plants in Google Lens, asking it to identify the plant species. Sometimes I want to save the photo but there is no function in Google Lens to save a photo. Google search tells me that Google Lens can import to Google Keep. I have both Lens and Keep installed but I see no...
Google Keep is showing users 4 new possible color options for notes, for a total of 12, but only on the desktop version. If you're using Keep on Android, even if you're on the latest v3.4.881, you get none of these and you still only see 8 colors.
Google wants their services to be more and more convenient and a way to do this is by adding in ways for you to share things with the family. A new blog post talks about how to share a family calendar, use lists in Keep for the whole family, and more.
A few days ago a help document appeared in Google Keep letting people know the shopping list feature with Google Assistant would be separated into the Google Assistant app. That change has finally gone live and it appears as though the shopping list is now integrated with Google Express.
Until now, Google Keep has not been a core part of G Suite but that changes today. Now, G Suite customers will be able to drag and drop notes directly from Keep to Google Docs, you can search for notes in Keep while still in Docs, and you can add a note to Keep from inside a document.
Google is rolling out a new update to Google Keep that comes with a highly anticipated feature. This feature was first spotted a month ago in an APK teardown, but now note pinning is live for everyone.
Google Keep has had search for a while but some people had issues with the way it worked and that caused them to make errors when typing into the search box.
A user on /r/Android says they just received an update to the app and now the search feature works just as you would expect.
Google has just announced a new update to Google Keep that helps keep things organized.
The company is using their machine learning technology to file notes and lists into categories like Travel, Food, Places etc.
Android Gadget Hacks has put together a list of 10 different tips that you should know about when using Google Keep.
The article talks about setting location based notes, recording a voice memo, converting lists, using Google Now commands and more.
In the latest Android N developer preview, a lot of Google's own apps were updated and one of those was Google Keep.
This version doesn't bring any new features, but an APK teardown reveals a future update could let us start to pin notes
The Google Docs team on Twitter has just announced a new update being pushed out to the Google Keep application.
Google Keep will now previews links, dodges duplicates & autocomplete grocery lists for you.
As a fellow Google Keep user, any additional features that Google adds to their notes app is always interesting to me.
The latest feature to come to the service is the ability to install a Chrome extension for Google Keep. Once installed, you can save entire websites, or just the text from...
Google Keep previously allowed you to change default settings for lists and reminders, but only for each individual entry. The company has gone ahead and included a top-level option to let you set defaults for all new lists and reminders.
An update arriving today to Google Keep introduces a feature that finger doodlers will surely appreciate. You can now draw notes!
The update will likely rollout slowly beginning today, so don’t be surprised if you don’t see it right away. Once you have it, you will see a new pen-like icon in...
A teardown shows that Keep is due to receive its own built-in drawing mode so users can easily record their own doodles, scribbles, and sketches.
Additionally, users will be able to annotate imported images like photos and screenshots.