Google Keep

Google Keep

A note taking application from Google for the Chrome browser, Android and iOS. Keep is a rather simplistic application that allows notes to be organized in folders (labels) and archived, similar to Gmail, as well as easily shared with others. Images can be inserted. Reminders can also be set. See Google.
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