It has been two years since Google introduced its OneNote- and Evernote-competitor “Keep” on Android and the web, and now it’s finally coming to iOS.
Just like Evernote and OneNote, Google Keep lets users save text, photos, checklists and other digital info in the cloud, where Google’s famous search techniques can be used to recall that info from any device. Keep is also integrated into Google Now, the search giant’s digital assistant, and can give users time- and location-based reminders.
Besides integration with the voice assistant, all those features are now available on the iPhone and iPad with almost the exact same presentation users can find on the Android app, including Material Design and tight integration with Google Drive’s apps and sharing features.
Google seems to be making Apple’s job easier, with pretty much every major Android app from the search giant now available on iOS. And now that Apple has the “Move to iOS” app in the Google Play store, users can transfer to the Cupertino company’s hardware easier than ever.