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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 editors' take
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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 editors' take
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Checklists

Add check boxes to any of your notes. Read editors' take
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Colors

Google Keep lets you color code your notes. Perhaps in future versions, it will let you pick custom colors. Read editors' take
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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 editors' take
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Count 'em

That's four photos attached to this note. Read editors' take
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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 editors' take
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