Now it is worth it: Google Keep improves its design for PC

By Updated On April 3, 2020 - 7:11 AM No comments

Google Keep changes its design in its web version and now has a new side menu that always remains visible to move between sections.

Google Keep is Google’s notes and reminders app, which has become one of the most popular in its field on Android. In addition to the application, it also has a web version , integrated within the G Suite, with the rest of Google services. It is this version that is now updated with a new side menu.

The web version of Google Keep is not as well known, since most use their app on Android, in which we already have a dark mode . In this web version we can easily create notes or reminders. Its new side menu will make it easier to use this web version of the application.

Google Keep is renewed in its web version

When we access this version of Google Keep now, we can see that the new side menu is always present . It is not a hidden menu, and is intended so that we can easily move between sections in the application. We have a Notes section, another for Reminders, one for Editing Labels, the file (Archived Notes) and the trash, where those notes that we have deleted will be.

This new menu makes navigation easy at all times, making it easy to move between sections. Also, if we want the menu to take up a little less space, just click on the top three horizontal stripes. This will increase the space for notes or reminders, making the menu smaller, showing only the icons for each of its sections.

In addition, in this version we can also use the dark mode , as in the Android version of Google Keep. This new side menu has already been officially deployed and is starting to reach all users now. If you enter the web version of this service, in this link , you should already enjoy said new menu in it.

A family design

The side menu that is introduced in this web version of Google Keep is not a revolutionary design, since it is based on the side menu that we have in the Android application. The main difference is that the menu in the Android application is hidden when we are not using it, while in this web version it is always present, or showing its icons if we bet on showing the reduced version of it.

In both cases it is easy to be able to navigate the application, search through your notes or create a new one. So if you were looking for a notes application, that has cross-platform support , to access at any time or place, Google Keep is presented as a good option to consider. In addition, like all Google apps, you can download for free:

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