Time for another Android app update from Google.
Google today announced an update to the Android version of Google Keep, its note-taking app. The update lets you draw on your notes using your finger. The GIF shared by Google shows that, to use the feature, you can tap on an image in a note and then tap a pen icon in the upper right corner. You’ll then be presented with a few options for drawing at the bottom of your screen.
The ability to draw on notes in Google Keep is a nifty little addition that could be used to make annotations in images or, like Google’s GIF shows, for fun doodling. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like this updated Google Keep is rolling out quite yet. Google can take its time to push app updates out, so keep an eye on the Play Store in the coming days.
If you don't already have the Google Keep app for Android, you can be snag it from Google Play right here.