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Google Keep note-taking service briefly appears online

By Jos
Mar 18, 2013
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  1. Google is apparently getting ready challenge Evernote and other digital note-taking services with its own alternative called Google Keep. The unannounced service was spotted over the weekend at drive.google.com/keep/ but the site was promptly pulled offline and remains so at...

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  2. Jesse

    Jesse TechSpot Staff Posts: 369   +40

    I'm getting a little uncomfortable, and feeling unable to commit to Google products since they keep shutting down the ones I like.
     
  3. Google should leave Evernote alone and work on keeping their existing products working. Like Google Reader, for example.
     
  4. coppersloane

    coppersloane TS Enthusiast Posts: 108   +33

    They release too many applications to keep up with. No way I'm jumping into this one. OneNote is amazing, and I don't have to worry about Microsoft deciding to trash it.
     
  5. What scares me, is Google's trend of closing down services (or starting to charge for them) without much (any) warning. Look at the Google Apps Free edition that was recently cancelled without ANY prior warning; and also Google's (stupid) decision to remove Exchange Activesync support from Gmail/free Google accounts. FYI, Exchange Activesync = the best way to push email, calendars, contacts to your mobile devices. Just because Google has a grudge against Microsoft, doesn't mean it's right to just drop Exchange AS support.
     
  6. St1ckM4n

    St1ckM4n TS Evangelist Posts: 3,472   +622

    Well that was fast.
     


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