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Latest version of Google Keep lets you make onscreen drawings

Google Keep

While #GoogleKeep has been the preferred note taking app on #Android for quite a while now, it has missed out on some of the cooler note taking features like drawing. But that changes with the latest update to the app which brings along support for onscreen drawings. If you’re yet to see the official update, you can download it manually from the APK download link below.

Once updated, you will see a pen marker available within the app, which will also be available on the widget now. For those without a stylus, making onscreen drawings would still be a tough ask, but it’s good to know that there’s finally support for this feature on the app.

Google Keep is now supplied by default on all Android phones as part of Google Play services, so a large number of new Android users have been hooked on to the service. While Keep is predominantly known for checklists and notes, this feature will go down very well in the set of features.

You can download the official apk from the link here. This is signed officially by Google, so you can download it with confidence.

Source: Google+

Via: Android Police

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