Google Keep 3 Brings Material Design, Sharing Options

Google Keep 3 Brings Material Design, Sharing Options

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Google has begun rolling out an update to one of its lesser known (but still amazing) apps: Google Keep. It was fairly easy to predict that the newest version of the note taking app would be re-designed to meet the new Material Design UI instructions, and sure enough, it was.

In addition to the visual changes, Google Keep received a long list of under-the-hood changes. New in version 3.0, users can finally share their notes. This useful feature lets you share items like shopping lists, for example. A note can be shared with multiple people, so this is a nice way to orchestrate collaboration.

Searching notes is also much simpler, as you can now filter the notes by color or status (shared, etc.). The list of changes is quite long for such an easy application. Taking notes with Google Keep has never been so intuitive and handy as it is right now.

The update should be rolling out starting now to users via the Play Store. If you haven’t received the update yet or if you don’t have Play Store access, you can download the mirror directly from our Google Drive.

[via Official Android Blog]