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Google Keep launches share extension on iPhones and iPads

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Google has given its Keep app for iOS new features that might make you consider using it more often. It's now so much easier to save tidbits of whatever you're reading on your browser, after all: simply highlight the part you want to copy, go to Share and look for the new Keep extension. If it's the first time you're taking advantage of the feature, just tap More and activate Keep on the Activities list. You can also add a quick view of the app and its contents under Today in the Notification Center, which you can click for quick access. Finally, it's extremely easy to copy your notes to Google Docs now -- choose the one you want to save and then click the appropriate option in the menu that pops up -- in case you want to do a bit of spring cleaning and keep a record of all your previous notes at the same time.

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