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Google Keep Chrome app released with offline support for your notes, to-dos, and photos

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Google Keep
Google Keep

Early users of Google Keep, the company's very basic note-taking app, will be happy to hear that Google just released a Chrome app for the tool. Once you've installed the new add-on, you'll have access to a standalone window where you can add notes, to-do lists, photos, and anything else you'll want to review later to Keep. There's also offline support baked in, so anything you add will be synced up with the Android app once you're back on an internet connection. Google still has a long way to go if it's hoping to evolve Keep into a worthy Evernote competitor, but at least it's not pulling the plug just yet. There's work to be done, but we remain impressed with Keep's speed and ease of use even in its current, basic incarnation.