Google Keep allows you to add drawings to its Android Version

By | October 30, 2015
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Google has made lots of changes to its Note keeping app, since it was released back in 2013. Currently, this app is also available for iOS device. Now, Google has added one more feature to its Keep app by adding drawing support. It was first spotted by Android Police.



This new update of Google keep allows the Android version of this app to recognize drawings. This is a nice addition to note taking apps of Google. As of now, Google Keep already supports audio, text notes, photos and lists.

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This new feature of Google Keep is pretty simple, as it comes with three pen styles with 28 different color options, a selection tool and eraser. You can draw some basic arts with it. This new update is going to prove very useful for users owning stylus supported devices like Samsung Galaxy Note Series.

You have to click on pen icon on the Keep app home page for accessing this drawing feature. Currently, this update is rolling out to the users via Google Play, but if you don’t like to wait and want it immediately, you can click on the APK Mirror to download the update instantly.