How to use Google Keep to take Pictures

If you want to save your thoughts wherever you are, Capture what’s on your mind when and where you need it and share your thoughts with family and friends with the google keep app install on your phone to help you to achieve them with the tab on the button on the phone you are through to go.

In this article learn How to install Google Keep app on a Phone and use the Google Keep app to take pictures and attached them to notes.

How do you take pictures on Notes?

1. Firstly, on your Android phone or tablet, Install Google Keep app on Phone
2. After Installing the App
3. Launch the Keep Note App on the phone

Launch the Keep Note App on Phone

4. Input the username and password of Google Keep
5. Tap on “Add image”
6. After Tab on “Take Photo” button

Take Photo With Google Keep

7. Capture the photo and attach it to a note

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