After recently shutting down services like the Google Reader and Snapseed as a part of its spring cleanup, Google is now working hard at introducing newer services. According to a report on AndroidPolice, Google is reportedly on the verge of introducing a new note-taking app for PCs called Google Keep. Also Read - Google Calendar and Google Keep apps to get Dark Mode supportAlso Read - Google Keep update makes it easier to draw and take handwritten notes
The Google Keep website was live for some time before being taken down by Google. Google Keep works much like other products like Evernote in allowing you to make notes or checklists, color code them according to their importance and even add pictures to them. Another feature that is reportedly a part of this app is an offline-reading functionality which was accidently leaked on a Google+ post last year. The screenshot showed a webpage open on an Android phone with a label at the bottom called save to Google Keep .
The site going live, even if for a brief moment, shows that Google Keep is ready for an official launch in the coming days. It would be interesting to see just how well this app works and if it will be able to hold its own in front of the biggies like Evernote.