I have an Android phone with a lot of notes in Google Keep. Is there an easy way to sync all my notes to my Mac so I can add, delete, and modify notes on both devices? (I've seen some paid apps, but I'd prefer to try something free if there's a way.) Thanks in advance.

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    Just use keep.google.com on your mac! – owlswipe Jul 28 '16 at 15:23
  • Sorry I'm late to reply, but that's a great idea! – sixstring Sep 8 '16 at 23:35
  • I posted an answer since my comment helped you, do upvote it if you'd like :D. – owlswipe Sep 9 '16 at 0:48

Google provides a simple way to get Google Keep on desktop—keep.google.com. It has all of the functionality of the Android and iOS mobile versions of Google Keep, just on Mac.

Here's a simple guide to Google Keep on all of your devices:

iPhone/iPad: Download the iOS app.

Android phones and tablets: Download the Android app.

Mac/Windows: Use keep.google.com or the Google Keep Chrome Web Store app for easy offline access.

Hope this helps, let me know if you have any more questions.

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Google doesn't provide a way to have Google Keep to sync on the Mac without having to be tethered online with keep.google.com which works with any web browser supported by Mac OS. It also comes as an extension for Google Chrome ONLY. However there are 3rd Party apps that claim to sync with Google's Keep. This would mean sharing your information on someones server. Check them out in Apple's app store, just search Google Keep.

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