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September 10, 2018


Reed Martz

I love Keep and use it all the time - photos, location-based reminders, handwriting, dictation - what's not to love. But GTasks is never something I have found useful.

Tom Kirkendall

Keep is great for lists, key info, and brief notes. But it's not a true database like Evernote because of the limitation in the length of a note. So, Evernote is superior as a true research database. Keep is better for access to quick info and notes.

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