Google Keep for Wear OS has been redesigned with Material You {Gallery}.

Google Keep is releasing a Material You redesign that updates the app and complements its recently introduced Tile for quicker note-taking, following the release of Camera for Wear OS last month.

When users go all the way to the top of the homepage, they can now see two notes instead of just one, making everything slightly more compact. Additionally, there is a pill-shaped FAB that is similar to the new Camera app’s interface and allows you to create lists or notes. With this facelift, the accent color of yellow is gone.

One of the small enhancements of the redesign is the housing of notes in the main view in gray pills that contrast nicely with the black background. This allows for better separation. The new style helps Google Keep feel less utilitarian, which typified many initial Wear OS apps, as the program was formerly just white lettering on black.

Users are able to see a little bit more text per screen when perusing a note, which is always a positive.

Google Keep Wear OS redesign
Google Keep Wear OS redesign
Google Keep Wear OS redesign
Google Keep Wear OS redesign


The Material You makeover is included in Google Keep for Wear OS version 5.22.342.03.97, which is currently rolling out via the. The change is also more publicly accessible. This update occurs before the arrival of the Pixel Watch, which will give Google a second chance to make a strong impression with its wearable platform, next month.

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