Google Keep: Keep Notes, Lists & Photos [Android 4.0.3+]
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The one thing most people constantly have with them (wherever they are) is their smartphone. And it is only logical that we use it take notes, photos and other important stuff that we might need later on. If you already use an app like Evernote Why You Should Be Using Evernote As Your Go-To Place For Remembering Everything Why You Should Be Using Evernote As Your Go-To Place For Remembering Everything Remember Everything. That’s the Evernote motto and that’s what it allows you to do best. If you aren't familiar yet with Evernote, you’re in for a real treat! If you have heard of it, but... Read More for storing all of your important information (notes, tasks, photos etc), check out Google Keep.

It is a similar app by Google that lets you capture anything important to you wherever you are. You can use it to take simple notes, create checklists, enter a voice note or snap a photo and annotate it. Everything you add using the app is instantly synced and available on all your devices – tablet, laptop, smartphone.

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The app is pretty intuitive and easy to use. For example you can archive notes you no longer need by swiping through them. Color-code notes to easily categorize them and find them later or have your voice notes transcribed automatically after being recorded.

All of the notes are synced to the cloud so you can access and manage all your notes from the web (if you prefer a larger screen) at It is free and available for Android devices running Android 4.03 or later.

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  1. Gideon Waxfarb
    March 31, 2013 at 3:47 am

    I'm sure it'll be great, until they announce one day that due to declining usage and a focus on fewer products, they're going to kill it.

    F you, Google :P