Google Keep (Android, iOS) has become an essential tool on many of our devices. So the design may have started out a bit basic, and it may not have boasted as many functions as competitor apps, but slowly slowly, update after update, Google's flagship note app has gained a solid position on our phones, an app many of us couldn't live without.
Its interface has come on leaps and bounds, offering a modern, minimalist, and functional appearance, without excessive bells and whistles. From the left-hand menu you can quickly access your notes and memos, as well as all of the tags you've gone about using to organize your chaos.
Now Google Keep can boast even more functionalities after its latest round of updates. We're talking:
The link preview function allows you a sneak peek at the link location through a small window whenever you add it. This preview image will also appear back out in the main notes list, so you can access the hyperlink without actually opening the note.
Start a grocery list and Keep will recognize it as such, auto-completing popular items like bread and milk. And now it will stop you doubling up by showing you which items you've already typed as you're typing them.
The new update is rolling out as we speak, with some users already enjoying the new features while others eagerly wait. So if you haven't got them yest, you're sure to be next in line. And if you have, have you started letting Google Keep write your shopping for you?