Reasons why you should use Google Keep

Google Keep, let’s speak about it today. Well, you remember Google Keep, right? The main purpose of using this application is to organise your day in a better manner and take notes quickly. Around two years back, the craze for Google keep was unimaginable. However, with time, it has reduced.

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Okay, so now flash forward to two years later when only some of you use Google Keep. Today, we are sharing some reasons, rather advantages of using Google Keep. So if you are interested in knowing why we should use the application, keep reading.

Android Widget: Always On, Always Live

First, we would like to mention that there is no official Keep app for iOS, however, iOS users can use the unofficial app. Android users are having an upper hand here. We recommend Android users to make use of the large, live widget present on their device’s home screen. This will clearly make your life more organised and simple in a go. All you have to do is to input information from your laptop and it will instantly appear on your phone.

Transcribe Text from Images

Google Keep is having the ability to transcribe text from photos. All you have to do is upload the image and then click the three dots in the menu below. This will open a pop-up menu. Select “Grab image text” option and you are done. Google Keep will transcribe the text mentioned in the image. Also, we would like to mention that the result might vary from photographs to photographs.

Google Keep is your personal Stenographer

We are pretty sure that all of us come up with brilliant ideas when we are usually on the move. Alas! these ideas run out of our mind if we don’t note them somewhere. With Keep, you don’t have to worry about losing your brilliant ideas as you can record a note into your device and it will be transcribed.

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Set reminders

With Keep, you can easily create reminders and it will show up elsewhere in your Google ecosystem. All you have to do is click the icon which looks like a finger having a string at its bottom on any post. When you click it, you will be prompted with a pop-up menu which will allow you to set reminders that can be turned off whenever you want.

Easily copy to Google Docs

Since Google Keep is the part of Google ecosystem, copying notes from the keep to Google Documents can be expected. For doing this, you just have to click the three dots present at the bottom of a note and choose “Copy to Google Doc” option. That’s it.

Share and Collaborate with others

Keep also allows sharing the note prepared with others and for doing this all you have to do is click the little plus sign next to a person. By doing this, any changes made by the other person will be visible in your note too. However, the original owner will have the power to delete the user any time he or she wants.

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