Google Intros Keep, a Note-Taking Add-On to Google Drive
Google today announced Keep, a new service that can be used by Android device owners to easily store notes, voice memos, and other data in the cloud and sync it across their smartphones, tablets, and PCs. Keep notes can be color coded, can be archived with a swipe, and can be turned into a checklist for managing tasks. The app includes a home screen widget for quick note-taking. Notes are stored in a separate area of the user's Google Drive account online. Google Keep is available beginning today to Android devices running Ice Cream Sandwich and up.
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Article neglects to mention Android 4.0+ is required. . .
Gotta have 4.0+, my Droid Charge has 2.3.6
I'm not upgrading until the Snapdragon 800 reaches smartphones, so I'll just sit tight and wait,...guess I'll have to try this Keep app later in the year.
What took them so long?