Google will end support for the Google Keep Chrome app in February 2021. The application will move to Google Keep on the web, which is still accessible. This is part of the company’s long-term plan to remove all Chrome apps. When the app opens in Chrome, users are greeted with a sign saying that Keep will soon move from the Chrome app to the browser. No access to save to Chrome OS lock screen.
Offline access to notes will still be available in Google Keep mobile applications, but not on your computer, according to Google’s support page. Users can install a save shortcut in the Chrome browser by going to Google Keep and clicking the star, renaming the bookmark or repositioning the bookmark folder. Once this is done, users should click Complete.
After announcing in January that Chrome apps will be shut down, Google recently set a timeline for this: Support for Chrome apps will end in June 2021.