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Smart actions can now set reminders from notifications of other apps

One of Android's best features is the contextual actions that show up in the notification shade. The smart actions can give you easy responses to messages, a shortcut to copy a code, quick access to Google Maps navigation, and many more things. Now, there's a new button showing up to let you quickly create a...

Google Keep 5.20 prepares to let you create drawings from the lockscreen

A new version of Google Keep, Google's cross-platform service for note-taking, rolled out today on the Google Play Store. I downloaded version 5.20.081.01.40 on my Pixel 4, and after comparing the resources with the previous version, I found hints at an upcoming feature. In a future version of the Keep app for Android, you may...

Google Drive tests a new search UI and starting tab setting while Google Keep tests bringing back the FAB

Google offers a vast suite of apps on Android and much like other developers on the platform, the company routinely pushes updates for its apps. The updates often introduce new features and improvements, and sometimes we're able to discover upcoming features by reverse-engineering the app's APK. If at times a feature is near completion we...

Google Keep is the latest Google app to get a dark mode

Dark. Mode. It's all the rage these days. Google is updating apps left and right with new dark themes. Android Q has a system-wide dark mode built-in. If you're a fan of dark-themed software, there has arguably never been a better time to use Android. The latest Google app to get the dark touch is...

Google Home’s note-taking feature rolls out as the app adds previous/next media controls

Smart home devices are getting more popular as digital assistants are getting better. Not a day passes when I don't use my Google Home Mini. It wakes me up, helps me catch up with the latest news, tells me when I should leave home to arrive at school on time, and more. To put it...

Google Assistant gets better list management, lyrics on Smart Displays, and Pretty Please

Google wants you to know that your personal virtual assistant is there for you this holiday season. The Mountain View tech giant just published a blog post detailing a number of Google Assistant features that they've been working on which can enhance your holiday mood while also making things a bit more convenient as well....

Google Assistant support for 3rd-party notes & lists apps begins rolling out

Google Assistant is great for a lot of things, but being able to maintain lists and a set of notes is a great feature that gets overlooked. The company originally let the service tap into Google Keep in order to maintain our shopping lists. However, that was suddenly changed and said shopping lists began showing...

Shopping lists in Google Assistant to once again be saved in Google Keep

For those who like to shop online, Google Express can be quite the handy little service from the Mountain View tech giant. The service has partnered with dozens of other retailers since it was launched and has matured to the point where they offer a lot of different products. However, at one point Google thought...

Download: Google Keep Notes with revamped Google Material Theme

We first heard about a revamp to Google Material Design back in February referencing the redesign of Android's design language. The refresh was officially announced at Google I/O 2018. The Material Theming tools allow any brand to create their own style of Material Design. Google's Material Theme has rolled out to Google Photos, Google Drive, Android Messages,...

Google Keep now lets you indent items in lists for better organizing

Google Keep was released back in March 2013. Since then, it's been my go-to note-taking app just because it's so simple—maybe a little too simple. I've watched it gain a lot of new features, removed some features, etc over the years. While I'd be more than happy to see a Material Design 2.0 refresh of Keep, I'm...

Google Lens Rolling out an Integration with Google Keep

Google Lens was first debuted at Google I/O 2017 and it is an artificial intelligence which can identify objects through your smartphone's camera using Google's Machine Learning technologies. It is the spiritual successor to Google Goggles, which returned search results relevant to the object you took a photo of. The rollout of Google Lens has...