‘Google Keep’: The Soon-To-Be Evernote Killer?

Android Police’s Ron Amadeo reported a new Evernote-like service called Google Keep on March 17th. Sadly, he reported later in the day that the website was gone (www.drive.google.com/keep). It seems that Google is not ready to push out this service to the public, but it is great to know that Google is working on a project that will allow you to clip web pages and take notes. I have been hesitant in using Evernote or any other note-taking service because want to stay in Google’s ecosystem for my work. When Keep comes out I will never have to!

Google Keep screenshots via Android Police

Through Android Police’s screenshot, you can see the service looks very similar to Google Notebook, which was shut down in July 2012.

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The screenshot shows that your notes can be color-coded, archived, or deleted. You can also add an image to your notes, and view your notes in a list or as thumbnails. At the top, you can see Google’s famous search bar that will help you find specific notes.


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