It has its own operating system, maps, browser, application, book reading, book, browser and a pile of other applications as well, but for some reason, Google has avoided making applications Note. Interesting, when you consider that almost every OS in town comes with its own application to allow users to capture these thoughts on the ear and points that can not wait for an office suite to be launched . Well, this changes with the arrival of Google keep a note-taking application for Android that can also run on the Web.
Google Keep is currently available for mobile devices running Android 4.0.3 and above, keep Google is a relatively lightweight application around 1.5 MB and in the best tradition of Google. Installation happens quite quickly and once done, a yellow icon instead of keeping it on your Android device.
In terms of usage, the dungeon is incredibly simple, once you have logged into your Google account. The "Add a quick note" option is available right at the top of the application, allowing you to enter the note taking immediately. You can add a title to the note, if you wish, or just type away in the copy of the main body. You can also add a picture, record your voice and throw them in the boxes, if you make a list with the items that must be checked. Note formatting options are limited to the colors, which are seven in number at present.
Importance of different shades becomes apparent when you start the application, because the default view shows you your notes in a display of two columns (you can change this to a single column one if you wish), in all their colorful eyes, make the screen look so much like a landing board Post-it relatively well organized. You can store notes, share them through email and social networks and even access from your Google Drive account in your browser. A handy widget to app can also be parked on your home screen, allowing you to browse your notes and make new without the head of the application itself. All thanks to a very simple, clean interface and uncomplicated.
So far it doesn’t seems to be very overwhelming, probably in near future this may also grow up and distinguish itself from other popular notes taking Apps Like Evernote, One Note etc.