Keep and other Android apps now feature the Google Workspace branding

Google Workspace branding has started to emerge on more Android splash screens in recent months, and Google Keep is the most recent example.
The Google Workspace brand was added to Gmail on the web, iOS, and Android last year, hiding the app’s animated logo.

Since then, it has expanded to include Meet, Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, and Slides on Android. The most recent instance, Google Keep’s version 5.22.362.x (not widely rolled out yet). It has seen a number of improvements in recent weeks and is undoubtedly more consumer-focused than the other apps:

Today, Google Calendar, Chat, and Tasks are the main holdouts. More and more cross-service integrations are being added to the to-do client, while Calendar is another software that is particularly focused on the user, especially on Android.

Jamboard and Voice, which are formally categorized as Workspace add-on , would be acceptable.
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