Notes app Google Keep is updated to add Material Design

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Notes app Google Keep is updated with a change to Material Design
Productivity and note taking app Google Keep is now the latest app in the Google universe to be updated using the company's Material Design. That gives it a sleeker and brighter look with more white space, and Google Sans takes over as the new text font. We wouldn't be surprised to see a dark theme eventually offered, which seems to be the case with many of the apps Google has updated to its Material Design. This is because the white background used by Google for these updates has a tendency to melt users' retinas when the lights are low, or off.

With Keep, you can take notes, create shopping lists, make to-do lists and more. You can check off each item or task when completed. If you're the type that typically awakens at 3am with a great song lyric or the next big invention, this is the app you need to take down your thoughts before they disappear from your mind. And if you don't feel like typing, simply tap on the microphone icon and dictate your thoughts to the app.

Keep is a very useful app for the person who likes to get things done. And it is available to both Android and iOS users. To install Keep, simply click on the appropriate link: (Android|iOS).

source: AndroidPolice

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