Google Keep is a very useful productivity app for Android that lets users jot down their ideas, or we can simply call it a note-taking utility. It’s not just available on Android, but also on the Chrome Web Store and a web service. The web version was recently updated, and it seems the new features were released for the Android app as well.
Recently, Google Keep for Android was bumped to version 2.2, and introduces a whole lot of new features for the app. The first things users will not after updating is a spooky yellow bar on top.
The latest update let users create copies of notes on their device as well as find printed text in the images saved in notes. Here’s a complete change log of the latest Google Keep update,
- Searchable images
- Find printed text in new photos you add
- List settings
- Set where new or checked items go
- Keep deleted notes just a little longer
If you’re a regular Google Keep user, head over to the Google Play Store to grab the update — its available as a free download.
Source: Android Police
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