Samsung Galaxy Watches gets richer notes on Google Keep

Google is continuing to provide essential features for its Google Keep application of WearOS devices. First, the Material You support in September, then three new tiles for sunset, sunrise, and favorite contact, and now a richer note feed for the wearable version of Keep. Recently, Google has started distributing this new update for eligible smartwatches and Galaxy watches. However, this new update is supported by the watches booted with WearOS 3 or later versions only. For information, this new update brought a richer note feed with it. Now let’s take a brief look at this new richer note feed.

Coming to this newer note feed, which will provide a richer experience to its user, has brought numerous new and amazing variations with it. In this new version of Google Keep, first, you will get to see the background color and preset image. From now on, your Google Keep application will show the reflection of the image which you have pursued in your linked smartphone device’sdevice’s Google Keep application. The color of the card also reflects the previously selected background and preset image of your smartphone device, but they are a bit subtle.

Apart from these, with this updated version of Keep, you will be able to see whether anything was edited, any collaborations, and labels you’ve applied to your notes, Just before the Add Reminder, Pin, and Archive actions. This new version also gets an updated text preview feature. Now it will show a total of three to four lines instead of just two so that one can easily read the larger part of the notes. As smartwatches have a smaller screen than smartphones, it’s hard to read the complete note just at once. But because the note’snote’s part got wider, now you have to scroll down to reach more notes.

Let us tell you that this new note feed has appeared with the new version of the Google Keep application (WearOS version), which reads version number 5.22.482.00.97. This version has been rolling out to WearOS 3-based devices only. Unfortunately, this update is not rolling out widely at this time, but we can expect its expansion in due course of time. Notably, the images are broken in this release and won’twon’t appear on the main feed. But we are expecting that Samsung may soon resolve this issue before its public roll-out.

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