Google has brought a lot of its Android apps over to iOS, including its main search app, Maps, and Docs. However, there’s one notable app that’s never made the jump: Google Keep. That’s finally changing today.
Google Keep is now available on iOS, two and a half years after launching on Android. Just like the Android version, the journal-like app allows users to save notes, photos and other content and integrates reminders, to-do lists, and voice input features. Notes are customizable with colors and labels and can be shared with others for real-time collaboration, while reminders can be set by time or location. Users can also search for notes using filters for content type, color and more.
The app keeps notes in sync across platforms including an Android app and versions for Chrome and the web that support Mac and Windows users.
Google Keep for iOS is 28MB and requires iOS 8. It’s compatible with the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
It’s kind of strange that it took Google Keep this long to launch on iOS. After all, it’s not like some crazy intensive app or something that’s integral to Android’s success. And while iOS users have been able to access Keep on the web, this new app will make using Google’s note-taking service much easier.
You can grab Google Keep for iOS using the link below.
Download Google Keep for iOS (Free)