The application of note taking Google Keep is one that most commonly used in the Android device, along with others such as Evernote for example. The few resource that consumed a proper usability are their credentials, but has some absences that are important. An example is the to take a direct note from the desktop without having to resort to the widget that offers – not available in all versions of the development, which depends on the operating system being used-. We tell you how to solve this.
To achieve this it is necessary to use Nova Launcher , one of the best developments of this kind that exist and that it is possible to get for free at Play Store (image after this paragraph). Now, as an initial step, it must be activated and launcher commented as the active Terminal, dismissing in this way which is given use regularly – such as EMUI or TouchWiz-.
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Take advantage of more Google Keep
Once done, what you have to do is click on a free space of your Android desktop. In this time appear a good amount of options available, from all them you should choose Widgets, that is that you will allow create the access direct that have in mind. Now, follow the same steps:
- For in the first paragraph, of Nova Launcher, choice activities. Press and without release drag the icon to the place of the desktop chosen
- Now in the list that appears, select Google Keep. It displays the available possibilities that belong to this development
- You have to choose is the one that has the following text: activities. ShareReceiverActivity
- Will create the shortcut if you press it the creation of a note in Google Keep running
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So simple is all you have to do and demonstrates, once again, the broad usability offered by Nova Launcher . Other tricks, beyond Google Keep, you can find them in this section of Android support.
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