Google Keep is a great way to keep your notes organized on the go. Available on Android, iOS, and in a browser, mobile users can also capture their notes using voice recordings instead of having to tap your notes out.
While you can save voice memos using the native voice recorder on your phone, using Google Keep is far more efficient.
To save a voice note, launch Google Keep on your phone and hit the microphone button at the bottom of the screen. You can start speaking once you see the prompt to do so. Once you stop speaking, the note will be saved.
Why Google Keep?
Here is where you’ll see one of Google Keep’s advantages over any other voice recorder: it transcribes what you’ve said. So in addition to a voice memo that you can listen to if you want, you have the written out note ready to save.
At times you’ll find that the transcription is inaccurate and sometimes it feels like the app decides a little too quickly that pausing while you speak means you’re done recording. But it is one of the better transcription models available. It’s just not meant for longer than a quick note or reminder.
Another advantage to using Google Keep is that you can then access these notes not only on your phone but also in your browser, making it easy to take those voice notes from your phone to your computer without any extra effort on your part.
To see all of Google Keep’s features, check out the video below:
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