What you need to know
- A future update for Google Keep may result in text formatting.
- This feature was not available, while in addition other improvements appeared.
- In the future, text formatting switches will appear so that the text in the notes is bold, italic and underlined.
While Google doesn’t seem to be able to make a decision when it comes to Wallet apps and messaging, it strives to play it safely elsewhere. One such app is Google Keep, which is a prime example of “if it doesn’t break, don’t repair it”.
However, inconvenient Google Keep users have been wanting better text formatting options for years. Better yet, we have something other than the basic ability to add links and points to your notes. Thanks APK Insight 9to5Googlethe latest update to Google Keep (version 5.22.182.00) seems to indicate that text formatting may finally be on the way.
The app has new icons that can be highlighted, italicized and underlined inside note. Along with these add-ons in the code, the icons used are also the same as what you find in other Google processing programs such as Docs or Spreadsheets.
This disassembly APK also shows that Google plans to offer the “Show formatting controls” and “Clear formatting” switches, which gives users more options for editing notes. In doing so, Google is bringing some much-needed features to one of them the best programs for notes on Android.
It’s been a long time since we’ve seen any major changes to Google Keep. More recently, Keep has added several new widgets on the subject of Material You, as Google has made a conscious effort to redesign many of its own widgets. As soon as text formatting appears, it will provide users with even more options for processing their notes and to-do lists.
This latest version of Google Keep isn’t yet available to everyone, and even if you’ve downloaded it, chances are you won’t find these options. This seems to be one of those server-side updates that require Google to toggle the switch before features appear.