Google have today announced their new Google Keep application that will allow users to create quick notes and lists via both the web and an Android smartphone, all syncing directly with the Google Drive service.

This isn’t the first that we have heard about this however, after Google accidentally leaked the application and then quickly removed it.

The app will allow you to simply add a title and then a body of text for your note, categorizing the note with a colour coding system, photos can also be embedded into the notes.

These notes will then be kept in a folder within your Google Drive account and can then be syncing across various devices, and notes can be archived for later viewing.

You can download the app from today, and if you are running Android 4.2 you can even add a lock screen widget.

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