Google Keep, the lightweight, cloud-based note taking app, has an update rolling out for Android users. Version 3.4.803.02 doesn’t bring a massive amount of changes but it does bring the ability to undo & redo text editing controls to the app. Now when you are editing a note and adding text, you have the ability to more quickly edit your notes with this new feature.
The feature is only available when you are editing a note and if you change notes or close and reopen the same note, the cache for being able to undo/redo is emptied so it won’t be available.
If you haven’t tried Google Keep, it is a free app (and is available on the web at keep.google.com) designed for lightweight note taking and editing. Keep isn’t going to give you the flexibility of apps such as Evernote or OneNote, but if you need a quick note taking app that leverages cloud storage, it’s one to consider.
As you would expect, Google took the opportunity with the update to do some under-the-hood improvements in performance and
some bug fixes. As is the case with most updates they do, there is no indication in the release notes of what is addressed in the update.
If you have Google Keep installed, you can expect to see the OTA update come to your device over the course of the next few days.
If you want to try Keep, you can download it for free from the Play Store