Google’s new note taking service, Google Keep, was announced back in March. Keep stores notes, which may also include photos and checklists, in Google Drive from where they are synced to all devices associated with that particular account. While the service can be accessed through the web as well, today the company has launched Google Keep Chrome app, which makes it even easier for users to access their notes and make additions straight from the browser itself.
Once installed, the Google Keep Chrome app will launch in its own windows. From there, users can keep themselves up to date with their to-do lists, create or edit notes and even attach photos to tasks. This app will even work when the computer is not connected to the internet. It works just as well offline, though for obvious reasons, it needs an internet connection to sync up with Google Drive. Google Keep app for Chrome is now live and available for download. You won’t be able to find it in search at Chrome Web Store, its much easier to use this link if you want to install the app on Chrome.
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