Google Keep - Notes and lists

Google Keep - Notes and lists

By Google LLC

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2015-09-24
  • Current Version: 2.2019.46203
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 80.28 MB
  • Developer: Google LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
From 3,653 Ratings


• Capture, edit, share, and collaborate on your notes on any device, anywhere. • Add notes, lists, photos, and audio to Keep. • Organize your notes with labels and colors. • Set and forget. Get reminded about a note at the right time or place. • Record a voice memo and have it automatically transcribed. • Grab the text from an image to help you quickly find that note again through search. WHEN AND WHERE YOU NEED IT Need to remember to pick up some groceries? Set a location-based reminder to pull up your grocery list right when you get to the store. Need to finish a to-do? Set a time-based reminder to make sure you never miss a thing. SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS Next time you go to the store, share your shopping list on Keep and watch as items get checked off in real time. No need for text messages back and forth. Get things done together, faster. FIND WHAT YOU NEED, FAST Quickly filter and search for notes by color and other attributes like lists with the label “To-dos”, audio notes with reminders or just see shared notes. Find what you're looking for even faster, and let Keep do the remembering for you. ALWAYS WITHIN REACH Keep works on your phone, tablet and computer. Everything you add to Keep syncs across your devices so your important stuff is always with you. Try Google Keep on the web at and find it in the Chrome Web Store at Permissions Notice Camera: This is used to attach images to notes in Keep. Contacts: This is used to share notes to contacts. Microphone: This is used to attach audio to notes. Location: This is used to set and fire location-based reminders. Storage: This is used to add attachments from storage to their notes.



  • Never got it to work

    By Minaa4444
    I was looking for a simple note taking app, this was recommended to me but I could never get past they choose an account screen. I tried everything, I gave up.
  • Dark Mode

    By Jocollier133
    I would like dark mode with IOS 13 update please. I would love it even more if there was.
  • Always crashes :(

    By Charliemuhfugginmurphy
    I want to give this app 5 stars SO bad but it constantly freezes and closes and has never really worked in those public moments where I need to share. It will literally will just crash and crash and has for the last couple of updates. I haven’t been able to edit the in-note photos for months now :(
  • It could be good

    By Catiepooooo
    It’s super glitchy. I love lists so Google Keep is great for that, but nearly every time I try to rearrange items on my list, the app either crashes or the item shifts randomly around in the list and never where I actually want it.
  • The good and the bad

    By pogopogo
    As a teacher I love Google Keep for keeping track of things I see or read to clip and save for later. Whether it’s a site that might be useful to my students or an image for a future lesson, I can easily Keep things and even sort them by topics. So far so good, but there’s one “feature” that has killed me over and over. When I choose to Keep something I have to manually select the Google account I want to use even though I only use Keep with one account. There is no way to even set a default account to be used for new notes. There is no way to disable Keep for an account. As a result, every time I Keep something I have to first choose the correct account before I can submit it. It takes what should be a very quick process and turns it into a multi step process. Things sometimes get put under the incorrect account when I’m in a hurry and then I have to go find a note that’s missing. Losing things in an app designed to keep things organized is less than ideal. It’s such an easy fix, but it remains a problem. Minor fixes getting ignored makes me worried about Google’s plan to keep Keep.
  • Sharing from app does not work

    By twslre
    Nothing happens after I try to share a text to Google Keep
  • Too slow

    By KoJimm
    It was great for me before and now it's worse. Why google why?
  • Very good. Has great potential. Will it survive? (Remember Notebooks)

    By fjpoblam
    Could obviate notes+reminders. Voice memos? Only as long as YOU keep speeking: not sounds or meetings in general. ¡Important! Impressively fast to load. Nice display as Post-it notes style array. Nice ability to “collaborate” with someone at another email address. Nice drag to “Archive”. Beware: as with ALL Google products, NO developer support! A shortcoming? Paste of a photo pastes *above* the title instead of into the body of the note. Also, export of a PDF into Google Keep fails: simply doesn’t happen. One may only hope Google Keep doesn’t disappear as Google Notebooks did so many years ago when I was forced to take my Google Notebooks content and restore it all to a different app (which itself later went defunct). Very tedious. (I would →strongly← advise you to keep Google Keep backup in another notes app such as Apple Notes or Notability: very tedious.)
  • Great organizational features and structure

    By Hiatuse
    Plenty of ways to organize your notes, add labels to sort by group thereby giving structure. My one complaint: needs a “Read” mode button. The keyboard in addition to the “Edited” bar gets in the way with a slight tap, getting in the way of reading and scrolling. Add a “Read Mode” button on the top panel to disable editing, so users can read/scroll without the keyboard consuming half the screen.
  • It’s getting better.

    By corefusion
    Addid a star for recent improvements. App is slow to boot up, but seems fairly snappy after that. Would like faster launch time though. At least it’s not stupid slow like Evernote. Wow that app blows. Please add night mode and one tap labels please On the web and mobile interface, please make adding labels a one-tap capability. This is my most painful daily reminder of why keep could be better and improve my workflow. Sincerely, Someone with thousands of keep notes