The Google Keep desktop Material Theme redesign is here, becoming the latest service to show off the new elements, with all the familiar aesthetics…
Google continues to apply its Material Design principles to more and more of its products. Now, Google Keep for the web has it. It follows the adaptation of the mobile app on Android, with plenty of white space and more simplistic icons.
Google Keep Desktop Material Theme goes Live
The new version of Google Keep (now called Google Keep Notes), is a note-taking platform that does quite a bit. Users can take free-form notes, create lists, draw, and even apply custom labels.
Google Keep Notes also supports Reminders, archives, and there’s also an ability to not only create custom labels, but edit them. Creators can share notes with others, insert pictures, and more.
One of the most readily identifiable changes is the absence of the yellow header. The once gray background is now white. The redesign also includes the Google Sans font. As with other Material Theme makeovers, this forgoes the sharp corners, replacing them with rounded ones.
Like the other interfaces, it’s much more clean and organized looking. Moreover, it includes some handy shortcuts, like an Undo button in the header, along with a new settings icon and list view option.
The new Google Keep for the web is now live and ready to use.