Google Keep updated to include reminders and Google Now integration

Google Keep updated to include reminders and Google Now integration


Google announced on Wednesday that a moderate update has arrived for Google Keep, adding in a number of noteworthy enhancements. Details include the ability to set reminders for certain times or locations as well as the ability to snooze or adjust them in the notification bar.

For example, Keep works with Google Now to remind you of your grocery list when you walk into your favorite grocery store, and nudges you on Thursday night to take out the trash.

Suffice it to say, those of you who use Google Now and Google Keep will find it much more convenient to stay on top of your chores and obligations!

The new update also adds brings about the popular slide out navigation bar found in Google’s other apps. What’s more, users can now add photos from your gallery instead of just taking a new photo with the camera. Look for the updated Google Keep app to show up in your notifications in the coming days.

Don’t have Google Keep on your Android device(s) yet? Here’s the download link!

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