• http://twitter.com/nexcerpt Gary Stock

    Danny, I see the same “Oops!” error — but can work around it quite consistently.

    1) Click [Reload] in the Oops! dialog box.

    2) Click the (unpopulated?) blue button atop the screen, left of “Updating…”

    3) KEEP to your heart’s content ;-)

  • http://www.maxminzer.com/ Max Minzer

    Works fine on my S3 :)
    Playing around with it. Great so far!

  • LukeHenry

    Working on a Samsung Chromebook, I’m not seeing an app that I can pin to my launch bar in the web store. Also, there doesn’t appear to be a way to share notes from the web version. A direct link in my Google Drive such as a ‘Keep Folder’ or something would be nice. Seems like right now I need to access Keep separate from Drive. Even searching for text in drive will not bring up notes in Keep.

  • Matt McGee

    Good thing they shut down Google Reader to focus on stuff like this….

  • Cathy Moran

    May be great, but what assurances that Google will keep Keep? I loved iGoogle and Reader, and they were just conveniences. This is my electronic brain…

  • http://www.facebook.com/openlove420 Open Love

    I like it. it is help-full for us…………………..

  • Dave Briggs

    Have to say that the lack of KEEP in the main Drive area is completely stupid! Other than that, not a bad piece of kit

  • chrisdevbox

    Have you found a way to share a note from the web interface?