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Google Keep vs. Apple Notes

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#1 nirajan

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Posted 06 October 2015 - 01:55 PM


Google Keep allows you to enter text, of course, but it also supports checklists, photos, voice dictation, and some colorful formatting options to make your notes stand out. Last week Google Launched its Note Taking App, Google Keep for iOs, its available in Apple's App Store

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Google Keep vs. Apple Notes

Apple's Notes app has most of the same features (minus color formatting for notes and the ability to view notes in grid view), and it offers the ability to draw with your finger, which Google Keep does not.


Google Keep also incorporates reminders, and Apple has a separate Reminders app. If you want your reminders bunched with your to-dos, that could be another reason to use Google Keep.


You should only use Google Keep instead of the iPhone's default Notes app if you are totally plugged into Google's ecosystem of services and prefer its design over Apple's. Maybe you use a Chromebook and Gmail, Google Drive, and Google Docs, for example.


Google Keep is also accessible on Android and the web, and Apple's Notes app does not support Android (Apple does technically have a web version, but it's not very good).






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