Just a couple of days after we gave you a glimpse at Keep, Google has officially launched its note-taking app. For now Google has only released an Android and a web-version of the app, with no word on if or when there will be an iOS version. Also Read - Twitter's Clubhouse-like Spaces now available for Android: What is it, how to use, and more questions answered
In what is a direct attack on popular note-taking app Evernote, Google describes Keep as an app which you can use to quickly jot down ideas when you think of them. You can create notes in form of checklists, add photos to them, color code them according to priorities and if you are too bored to type, then add voice memos. The notes are also stored in Google Drive and synced to all your devices so you can always have them at hand.