If you started using Google Keep when it was released, you know the usefulness of notes being synced across all platforms. Between your Android phone, tablet, and the website, your notes are everywhere. However, Google took it a step further and released a Chrome app for Google Keep. However, it’s not just an extension that links to the site; it’s a full standalone app.
The app has two view modes, a list and a grid. The grid mode shows notes, photos, and lists as cards that can be expanded. It also has a very useful offline mode, which will allow you to add notes without an internet connection, which will sync to Google as soon as a connection is made.
The app is just plain useful, and of course, free. If you want to give it a spin, hit the source link and it’ll open up the Chrome web store. Tell us how you like the app in the comments!