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Google today announced that the Android version of Google Keep, its free task-management app, will allow users to draw on images that are saved in notes.

The new feature of the app wasn’t immediately working for me on Android. But Google did provide a link to the app in the Google Play Store in the Google+ post announcing the new feature, so the update should be arriving soon.

Google Keep currently has 50,000,000-100,000,000 installs through the Google Play Store. The app became available on iOS last month, more than two years after Google first launched it.

Other note-taking apps include Evernote and Microsoft’s OneNote. On iOS, there’s also FiftyThree’s Paper app.


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