Google has just released its popular Google Keep note taking app for iOS on iPhone and iPad. Google Keep was previously available only on Android and web.
As first reported by the guys over at AndroidPolice, a new note-taking app by the name of Google Keep was spotted earlier on the Google Drive website, only to be taken down shortly thereafter. It is thought the app will allow users to take notes, add pictures to, and create checklists, and for sake of organization, the note-taker will also support color coding. It seems as though the Big G is going for the simple, skimmed-down approach rather than another Notebook incarnate, and will likely go head-to-head with established services such as Evernote.