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Main interface

Google Keep opens up to a grid of your notes and simple toolbar up top. The interface is clean and easy to use. Read full review
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Free

Where did the toolbar go?

Sometimes it stays pinned to the top. Other times it disappears without warning. Google Keep's toolbar needs to learn to behave itself. Read full review
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Free

Checklists

Add check boxes to any of your notes. Read full review
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Free

Colors

Google Keep lets you color code your notes. Perhaps in future versions, it will let you pick custom colors. Read full review
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Free

Landscape mode

It's always a pleasure to see an app work just as well in landscape mode. Also note that the toolbar is pinned to the top of the screen. Read full review
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Free

Count 'em

That's four photos attached to this note. Read full review
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Free

Voice notes

Hit the voice button and start speaking. Google Keep will transcribe what you say and include it in the note. If you're using a device running Android 4.2 or higher, it will even keep a recording of what you say embedded in the note. Read full review
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Free

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