Not to long ago, Google released their own Notes or To Do app called Google Keep. I actually use it everyday, so I don't forget to do my reviews and other features here at Android Headlines. Up until today, Google keep was available at drive.google.com/keep. But today they have launched the Chrome app for Google Keep. The new app launches in a new window so you can create notes, cross out your to-do lists and attach photos to tasks while you work on other more productive things.
What happens if you get an idea but there's no internet connection? Google's taken care of that too. Google Keep does work offline. You'll be able to add more stuff to your to-do list or create new notes and it'll sync once you gain internet connection again. Google Keep is available in the Chrome Web Store now. You'll need to use the link down below as Search won't find it. Which I find odd, but that might be because it's still new to the Chrome Web Store. Who knows.
What do you use Google Keep for, if at all? I know a lot of people were worried that it might end up on Google's Spring Cleaning list next year or the year after, especially since they are getting rid of Google Reader which we all use and love. Hopefully Google won't get rid of Keep, at least anytime soon. But it's definitely a great service, and something everyone should start using if they aren't already. Check out the Chrome app linked below, and let us know in the comments what you think about the app. How well does it work for your needs.
Source: Google Drive Blog