Google Keep allows you to take notes with your voice, add photos, or type lists, and saves them across your devices.
Google Keep is a notetaking and organization tool that is being compared to Evernote. The app enables you to type notes, add boxes to create a checklist, have voice memos transcribed automatically, and snap a photo and annotate it.
Notes are stored in Google Drive and synced across all of your devices so you can access them anywhere, on desktop or mobile. There is a search function to find what you’re looking for and you can swipe a note to archive it.
You can drag notes around to change their order of importance on the tiled homepage and color-code them to stay organized and make it more visually interesting. A lock screen widget (available on devices running Android 4.2+) even enables you to capture thoughts quickly without unlocking your device.
You can check out the new app from Google in the video below: