3 reasons to pick Google Keep over Evernote (and 3 reasons not to)

Google recently released its Keep note-taking app for iOS. Google Keep beats Evernote at its own game in three key ways, but Evernote also has three distinct advantages.

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More than two years after releasing the Google Keep note-taking app for Android and the Web, the search giant finally released an iOS version in late September. So now that Google Keep is native to iOS, Android, and the Web, can it making a dent in Evernote's massive (and loyal) user base?

[Related: 6 reasons Apple Notes still can't replace Evernote]

Maybe. Here are three good reasons to use Google Keep instead of Evernote. (I tested Google Keep on an iPhone, as well as an Android tablet and via a Web browser.) And to be fair, I also noted three ways Evernote tops Google Keep.

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