“Google Keep is probably the best Google service that most people don’t use. Services like Keep, Evernote and Microsoft OneNote are often called “note-taking apps.” But it’s an obsolete label.”
“If you got an Amazon Echo or Google Home voice assistant, welcome to a life of luxurious convenience. You’ll be asking for the weather, the news, and your favorite songs without having to poke around on your phone. You’ll be turning off lights and requesting videos from bed. The world is yours.”
“While Google’s PhotoScan app got most of the attention when it rolled out earlier this month, the company simultaneously launched some pretty intriguing new photo editing features — including a slider feature that turns grey days into blue ones without affecting the vibrancy of any of the other”
“The team behind Google Photos has released a new app for turning your old prints into digital photos, letting you save them to the cloud with a single tap.”
“It doesn’t take much to realize that the potential for computing breakthroughs is significant. Your phone could perform different actions depending on how and where you hold it. You might get a different interface if you’re wearing gloves, for instance.”
There is a bug in Google Keep for iOS that can cause it to constantly crash. The problem has to do with certain notes within Keep. To fix it do the following:
- Delete Google Keep from your iOS device
- Go to Google Keep in your browser on you laptop https://keep.google.com/
- Click the Main Menu by clicking the 3 horizontal lines at the top right (aka the Hamburger Menu)
- Scroll down and click Settings
- UNCHECK “Display rich link previews”
Now go to the app store on your device and download Google Keep again and give it a try
This fixed it for me. You may not have to delete Keep from your device but I think it makes all this work cleaner because it will re-download all your notes when you reinstall and log in.
Google announced today that it will be removing support for web apps from its Chrome web browser on Windows (and on Mac and Linux as well) over the next two years. These web apps will only be supported on Chrome OS for the foreseeable future, Google says.
“Do you ever start using a Google service and feel like you really don’t know how to use it properly? I feel that way quite often with Google Docs, and Google Calendar.”
“Chrome: Go Incognito does one simple, very useful thing: It opens your current tab in Incognito mode, then removes any reference to that tab from your browser history. You know, in case you click a link or open something and you just forgot to do it in Incognito Mode first.”