By Jaime Rivera | March 20, 2013 5:46 PM
That’s right, if you were wondering just why Android doesn’t have its own note-taking service, well it seems that somebody internally asked the same question. As of today Google Keep joins the rest of the services you can access from both the Web and Android, but for those of you thinking that this is just another note-taking application, think again.
In a similar way to Evernote, Google Keep allows you to store notes, have them on the web synchronized, take photos, do voice notes, etc. The difference is that Google Keep allows you to create tasks from these notes and be reminded of them in the future. It also offers a more of a “Windows-styled” user interface that plans to help you organize your work in a better way. All your notes are saved on Google Drive, so it does help you in not requiring more and more credentials for difference services.
As always the service is free, and you can get it in Google Play.