Tomek Kondrat · Jul 12, 2014 at 12:30 pm

Enhance Your Google Keep Experience with Keep Trash

Google Keep is one of these first party Google apps that has earned very positive feedback from its users. This app plays the role of a virtual notebook, and is loved by many.

Unfortunately, Keep isn’t perfect. The current model of deleting a note that serves no purpose is quite cumbersome. You need to perform three steps to get rid of it: First, you need to long press the note. Then, you tap on the three-dot overflow menu. Finally, you can select delete. XDA Senior Member xenon92 made this process easier using Xposed Framework. Keep Trash removes the three-dot menu step by adding a delete button to the current menu. You can easily save yourself some tapping, in order to make Google Keep more efficient.

Since Keep Trash is an Xposed Framework module, you need to have Xposed installed on your device. And of course, your phone or tablet must be rooted. Needless to say that this module works only with Google Keep, so you need to have it installed as well.

If Google Keep is one of your crucial applications in Android, enhance its functionality with Keep Trash. You can find it by visiting the Keep Trash module thread, so go there and give it a shot.


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Mathew Brack · Mar 1, 2015 at 11:14 am · no comments

HTC M9’s New BoomSound Speakers

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Aamir Siddiqui · Mar 1, 2015 at 11:08 am · no comments

HTC One M9 Spec Sheet

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Faiz Malkani · Mar 1, 2015 at 11:04 am · no comments

HTC Announces their take on VR, the HTC Vive

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