Google Launches Redesigned Keep for Web, Android Device Manager for Android

Mihir Patkar 14-12-2013

Google’s been on a roll with updates to its apps recently. The note-taking app Keep, launched in March, has been redesigned for the Web and introduces some new functions. And Android Device Manager, the service to track down stolen or lost phones, now has an app for other Androids.


Google Keep Gets Redesigned

Google Keep syncs notes and to-do lists Simple Notes On The Go: Google Keep For Android Reviewed There are some amazing note-taking apps out there, but here's one that merits a closer look: Google Keep, a note-keeper which has both a great-looking Android app and a slick webapp. Read More on Android as well as the web. Now, the web version has got an update in its look and functionality. Here’s what’s new:

  • Sleek new design: your favorite things from the Android app are now on the web
  • Rearrange items in lists: keep everything in order
  • Improved search: to find the note you’re looking for
  • Navigation drawer: quickly switch between active and archived notes

Google Keep is available online at, and as an app on the Chrome Web Store and Google Play Store. It’s not yet cross-platform though, so Evernote How to Use Evernote: The Unofficial Manual Learning how to use Evernote on your own takes a long time. This is why we've put together this guide to show you how to take full advantage of the most important Evernote features. Read More is still your best bet if you want that functionality.

Android Device Manager Lands On Android


Meanwhile, Android Device Manager (ADM) — the service from Google that lets you locate misplaced or stolen phones — is now available as an app, which you can install on another Android device to find your phone.

ADM lets you see any device associated with your Google Account, ring to locate them, or remotely wipe them. “The app is particularly useful if you’re out and about and don’t have access to a computer,” Google says.


Of course, ADM is just one part of what to do if your Android is lost or stolen Was Your Android Phone Lost or Stolen? This Is What You Can Do There are many good options for remotely locating your stolen phone, even if you never set anything up before you lost your phone. Read More .

Source: Google (1), (2)

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  1. Beatrice Cardenas
    December 17, 2013 at 4:43 am

    More Google spyware! The more Google tries to buy out competition, the more I try to dodge Google.