When the Apple Watch was first launched, many companies were quick to launch support for it. However as time passed, companies started to pull support for their watchOS apps, Google included. The good news is that it looks like Google has started making apps for the Apple Watch again.

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The company has recently released an update for the Google Keep app on iOS where it will now be compatible with the Apple Watch. For those unfamiliar, Google Keep is a note-taking app and the Apple Watch version more or less does the same as its mobile counterpart. Users will be able to see their existing notes in the form of cards where they can view up to two lines of text per card.

Users will also be able to add new cards where their notes can be taken down using either voice, scribbling using their finger, or emojis. Granted it’s not that best way to be taking notes on a smartwatch, but in the event you want to make a quick note of something, then this could be one way to go about it. It will also be useful for viewing notes, such as a grocery list, things you need to do today, and so on.

The support for Apple Watch marks Google’s return to the Apple Watch. The company had previously pulled its Google Maps app from the Apple Watch but stated that the app would return in the future, and hopefully Google Keep is the start of things to come.

Filed in Apple >Gadgets. Read more about Apple Watch, Apps, Google, Smartwatch and Wearable Tech.

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