Google has been steadily adding new features to its note taking app, Google Keep. It recently added note sharing, labels, and recurring reminders, making its simple note-taking app to a better equipped one. Now, Google Keep app for Android has received yet another update, making it compatible with Android Wear devices.
With the new update, people with Android Wear running smartwatches can browse through, view, and create new notes right from their wrist. Users can even use voice commands such as ‘OK Google, open keep’ to open the app on their smartwatch, or ‘OK Google, take a note’ to add new notes to Google Keep.
Support for Android Wear means that you can quickly browse through lists and notes without a need to take out the smartphone from your pocket, unlock the screen, and view them. This is especially useful while you are shopping or driving. Google Keep is currently available for Android, Chrome, and on the web.
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