Google Keep has been around for quite some time now and the application allows users to easily take all sort of notes on their smartphones. Now it seems that Google has updated the application with some new features, specifically one that allows users to intelligently organize notes.

The new Google Keep feature lets users organize notes by topics, like books, travel, food, shopping lists and many more. Entries can be searched by using keywords, which means that users will be able to retrieve information in a faster and smarter way.

Google Keep includes some other features like lists and the option to add labels or organize notes by color. Users can also create all sort of note reminders based on time or place and they can create voice memos with automatic transcription or use collaborative note-taking tools.

Inbox by Google also got an update, the application received Direct Sharing on smartphones running Android Marshmallow 6.0.1. The application allows users to share content with the contacts that they frequently use. It comes with specially designated icons that allow users to enable the feature and enjoy a streamlined experience.

The new feature is available on Google Keep for Android and iOS, as well as on the web version of this application. Inbox by Google is available in the Play Store with the new Direct Share feature.

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