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Google Keep update adds automatic organization, better search

by Todd Haselton | July 3, 2016July 3, 2016 3:00 pm PDT

Google announced an update to Google Keep recently, and the timing couldn’t have been better as Evernote shuffled its premium pricing plans. Now users might want to consider Google’s note-taking option, if they aren’t using already already.

The latest update to Google Keep will automatically organize notes into specific topics. If it thinks you’re taking notes about music, for example, it might automatically organize all of that into a specific music category. It could do the same for other features, like movies or books, too, which is especially convenient for me. I usually use note-taking apps like Keep for storing recommendations on albums or books I need to check out.

Even better, and this is the part that Google excels at, the notes are now much mor easily searchable, especially for the pre-determined topics. This is where Google has an upper leg on Evernote, particularly if it wants to attract some of the customers who might not like the new changes to ikts premium and free models, the latter of which is now only limited to two devices.

You should find the update for Google Keep on Android, iOS and the web now.


Todd Haselton

Todd Haselton has been writing professionally since 2006 during his undergraduate days at Lehigh University. He started out as an intern with...