Posts tagged with: Google Keep
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    Okay, so the LiveScribe smartpen hasn't exactly taken off yet. And you're finding it impractical to carry around pen and paper these days. So, the question stands: what can I do to take down what I need to know or remember? Well, not to worry! Notes apps are getting craftier as time goes by and at this point, they're proving to be essential for the connected, for the forgetful and for the studious. We took a quick jot across five different notes apps for Android. Some of them have the capability for reminders. Some of them can take pictures of documents and convert them into decent looking ...

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    It's not yet Wednesday, the day of the week we've learned to be on the lookout for Google to deliver its latest assortment of software updates for its app library, but today the company's getting an early start to its latest round, announcing a new release of Keep that gives the note-taking app a key feature that promises to really enhance the program's usefulness, letting users collaboratively work with shared notes. In the past it was pretty straightforward to create a task list and use Keep to stay on top of your progress towards completion, checking off items as you went. That's fine ...

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    Windows Phone 8.1 may still be dancing through our thoughts, but there's plenty of other non-Microsoft motion still happening today on the smartphone scene. Wednesdays are when we typically look for Google to release updates for an Android app or two, and the company does not fail to disappoint this week. Let's take a look at what's headed out to Android users today: First up, we've got an update for Google Keep, bringing the note-taking app a slightly tweaked UI; the changes serve to help bring Keep in line with the latest design language Google's been using across its various Android ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Google Keep and how it enhances your note-taking experience on Android. Then we talk about Pandora's debut on Windows Phone 8. We later talk about the bugs on iOS 6.1.3 and why we don't think you should upgrade. We later move to talk about Google Now and its possibilities on iOS. Later it's iPhone 5S and iPad 5 launch rumors since apparently there's a date already set. We end today's show talking about Android and Google Chrome not merging into one. All this and more after the break. Stories: - Google Keep Brings Better Notes And Tasks to ...

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    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 ...

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