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Microsoft OneNote is now free for everyone (including Mac users)

Microsoft OneNote is a cross-platform app for taking notes, saving “clips,” and synchronizing your content across devices. The app was already available for Windows, Windows Phone, iOS, Android, and the web. Now it’s also available for Mac users. Oh yeah… and OneNote is also now available for free on every supported platform. OneNote has been […]

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Google Keep note-taking service goes live for web, Android

As expected, Google has launched a cloud-based note-taking service called Google Keep. You can sign in with your Google Account using a web browse by visiting, or you can grab the Android app from the Google Play Store. Keep lets you create a text-based note, start a list, or upload a photo. If you’re […]

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Google Keep: If Google launches a note-taking service, would you trust it to stick around?

Google may be preparing to launch a new online note-taking service called Google Keep. Android Police noticed that it went live briefly yesterday, but the Google Keep website is no longer active. Overall it looks like a decent tool for jotting notes and saving and organizing them online so you can access them from any […]