Would you switch to Google keep?
ernard 1 year ago
Google's new note-taking application, Google Keep, has gone live. I've been using Evernote for well over a year, and am happy with it, but I'm all for simplification and Keep could potentially tie together my notes, calendar, email, photos and Google docs. On the other hand, that's putting a lot of eggs in a single Google basket. What do you think - stick with Evernote or consolidated things with Google Keep?
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