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Sunday, November 23, 2014

Keep Notes and Reminders in Google

Google has an often overlooked feature called Google Keep.  It allows you to make virtual sticky notes and reminders that you can access from all of your devices.  They just made them shareable too which has big implications for the classroom.  The interface is very easy to use and very simple, which helps sometimes to keep students focused on the task at hand.  You can add images, voice, and even set reminders.

There is not currently an iPad app (but there is an Android app) but there are a few apps that do what a Google app should.  The one I've tried is TurboNote and did a great job of immediately picking up the new note I created online and putting it on my iPad.

Instead of me listing all of the features I'll let Lifehacker

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