Using Google Keep with your Android Device
By Omkar Bhagat
on July 2, 2013
Since I’ve purchased Nexus 4, I have been writing posts about Android and Google Plus. Recently i discovered a new app called Google Keep. Its a light weight app and very useful, especially for bloggers.
Using Google Keep you can write a note, make a list, click a image or even record your voice. And guess what? it will be available on all your devices. Since it will be synced in a matter of seconds (provided you have an internet connection like Wi-Fi or Mobile Network).
I am using Google Keep every single day. I just note down any random idea which crosses my mind so i can use it later on (maybe to blog, create video or a comic). Check the screenshot given below.
Using Google Keep On Nexus 4
In the screenshot you can see, i have written a blog post then there’s the list of games, an idea of codefap comic 23 and a list of topics to write about.
How to use Google Keep?
Just get the Google Keep app from Play Store and install it on your Android device. Now you can quickly make notes, record your voice, make a list or capture an image.
Now just make sure you enable sync when you connect your Android device to the internet via Wi-Fi or mobile network. And all your data will be synced to cloud.
You can then access this data from any device at https://drive.google.com/keep/