'Google Keep' Note Taking App Now Available on Apple Watch

Google's "Keep" app for taking notes and making lists today expanded to the Apple Watch, allowing the app's users to use the note taking and list making functionality right on their wrists.

With Google Keep for Apple Watch, you can create new notes or reminder lists, pin items to lists, and check off items on existing lists.


Google Keep, for those unfamiliar with the app, is designed to let users create, edit, share, and collaborate on notes on any device at any time. It is cross platform like many of Google's apps, and works on iOS devices, Android devices, Macs, and PCs.

You can create reminders and voice memos, pull text from images, and organize notes with labels and colors. All Google Keep content can be shared with family members and friends, so you can create multi-person notes that everyone can annotate.

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21 weeks ago
Let Google read my notes? Ummmm...no, thanks!
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21 weeks ago
Google also “Keeps” a record of everywhere your wrist goes.
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21 weeks ago
Would be great - without the “Google” part :)
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21 weeks ago

Let Google read my notes? Ummmm...no, thanks!


You see in the first image where Paper towels are crossed off the list? Google ordered some for you already.
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21 weeks ago

Let me introduce you to password saving applications. You shouldn't be putting that kinda stuff in notes apps. Also, use 2 factor authentication so that if/when someone gets your username and password, it's not an issue.


Pretty funny how many armchair digital security experts come out of the woodwork on articles like these. There's a distant gap between the perception (Google has employees straight up taking all the passwords/notes you put into their notes app for... idk personal use I guess?) vs. reality (machine learning algorithms scrub platforms like Gmail where you have agreed to a Terms of Service stating that they may pull specific keywords to put you on lists to be given specific targeted advertisements).
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21 weeks ago
Came here for the above comments; am not disappointed.

I think, a certain point, people get what they deserve for using Google or Amazon products.
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21 weeks ago

Let Google read my notes? Ummmm...no, thanks!

My thought exactly..
[doublepost=1550620700][/doublepost]virtually anything google has its hands in is not something I want on anything that is in my home or pocket. They have proven themselves to be more about control than virtually anything else.. but then of course they are..
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21 weeks ago
Just give it a few months and Google will drop support for the watch app like every other developer eventually does.
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21 weeks ago

Google also “Keeps” a record of everywhere your wrist goes.


Google also "Keeps" all your private information, archiving it on their servers, for years to come.

Google is not stupid…. they KNOW that so many iOS/iPhone/Watch users will use the Notes app for things like: a convenient place for sensitive to-do lists, as well as a place to jot down hard-to-remember passwords, etc. Old people do this all the time with their smartphones. The Notes app is a goldmine of sensitive personal data for GOOG.
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21 weeks ago

Google is glad that it has users like you, who undervalue their data to enrich Google and it's massive ad driven profits, advertising industry spends far more on the data compared to the cost of services that Google provides, advertising industry values our data far more than you value it. :)

Ad revenue - cost to keep users engaged (Search, Gmail, Maps) = profits at the expense of users undervaluing their privacy. There is a reason why Google doens't have paid subscription model, because their real customer is the ad industry. :)

Yay for Google and the Ad industry that feeds off of confirmatory bias (feel good) of users like you.


All of what you said is true. Google found a way to profit off selling ads. That doesn’t mean they’re selling our privacy. That’s where the disconnect is. People who cry that they won’t use a notes app because “Google is evil” don’t understand how Google and ads work.
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