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This article was published on April 23, 2015


Google Keep on Android Wear now lets you dictate notes on the go

Google Keep on Android Wear now lets you dictate notes on the go
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Google Keep was one of the first Android Wear apps available, but it previously was pretty limited, as you could basically only read your notes – until now.

Now, you can dictate new notes to leave your phone in your pocket (or at home, if you have Wi-Fi). Simply say “OK Google, take a note.”

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The Wear Keep app is also getting a bit of a visual overhaul – showing your notes in a more compact summary view, as well as incorporating a new ‘Add note’ button at the top to quickly jot down new thoughts. You can even set recurring reminders now too.

The update is available with the newest version of the app in the Play Store.

 

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