Google is the only company behind all the developments of WearOS, so whenever the company introduces any new feature, it will be available on all WearOS-based devices. Now, according to the report, Google will introduce a new feature in Tile for Google Keep that allows users to access Notes quickly. Let’s know more about it.
The report further mentions that Google is working on a new Tile for Google Keep, which will make it more utilized for the watch; users can easily explore notes or lists with a single tap. In other words, when you Tap on the Google Keep tile, you will be asked to choose a Note one you choose, and it will display all the content of the chosen Note.
It is certain that if the feature drops on the Wear OS-supported watches, then it will be available on Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 5. However, Google has not confirmed its availability, but as this is an in-app feature so it will be available through the Galaxy store. Right now, there is no other information available about the app.
Google Maps recently can support AOD, so it makes more anticipation whether Google Keep will get AOD support in the future or not. However, the company is working towards bringing more features for the apps based on Wear OS so it can take the next level of experience to the users.
For further developments towards better functionality between Wear OS and Tablets, Google is working on it and will bring improvements with some new updates. To do it on a large scale, the company is focusing on developing the Wear OS 3, which will be packed with all these functionalities so it can give you a better cross-platform experience.
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