Now your notes aren’t just for your mobile phone.
Keep is Google’s version of Evernote. Both of these apps allow you to create a digital notebook or notebooks, where you can store your thoughts, diary entries, or those winning lotto numbers that you got from an insider at the lotto
“With Keep you can quickly jot ideas down when you think of them and even include checklists and photos to keep track of what’s important to you.” Google said in their introductory announcement for Google Keep earlier this year on March 20.
However as with so many other Google products they are launched for either a mobile platform or for the desktop based browsers. Well today you won’t have to wait any longer to write out that novel you’ve been typing away on your 4″ or 5″ touch screen. Google has launched a Keep app for their Chrome web browser.
This isn’t an entirely new feature, as all of your notes in Keep are synced to your Google Drive and can be edited through the Drive service. The Keep Chrome app isn’t showing up in search results on the Chrome app store as of this post. But you can download it, and to ease your frustration you can download it from the Chrome store page here.
Originally published on The Daily Widget.