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Google Keep is now available for iPhone and iPad

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Google Keep is by no means an Evernote killer, but it's proven very handy on Android for those times when you need to jot something down, put together a quick checklist, or save an image or voice memo recording. And today, Google has announced it's finally making the move to iOS — a full two and a half years after debuting on Android. The iPhone and iPad version is basically identical to the experience that's presently on the web and Android, allowing you to search your notes, label them (with colors), and filter by type. For those unfamiliar, Keep also lets you set time or location-based reminders and share your notes with others so you can progress through a to-do list together. Keep is available starting now in the App Store for free.