Google Keep vs Zoho Notebook

Google Keep
Cloud-based note taking service designed to help people keep track of their thoughts, scribbles and notes. With Keep you can quickly jot ideas down when you think of them and even include checklists and photos to keep track of what’s important to you. Your notes are safely stored in Google Drive and synced to all your devices so you can always have them at hand. Available on Android
Zoho Notebook
Free yourself from forgetting with mobile Zoho Notebook. Remember the title of that movie you keep forgetting. Or start outlining an unforgettable story. Don't get thumb tied. Record your ideas while driving. Tape meetings, lectures, and conversations. Turn your checklist into a checked-off list. Whether you're designing your office, or planning a wedding, capture what inspires you.
Comparing Google Keep vs Zoho Notebook is like comparing apples to oranges. Because your business is unique and nobody except you can decide, which is better for your company. But we can add some fun to your research and suggest some new comparison parameters.

Ok, now let's compare the UI. Looks like Zoho Notebook has more user-friendly interface than Google Keep because it's bigger. At least on our screenshots

To compare the popularity of the solutions we counted how many alternatives people search for each of them on the Internet. And it turns out that Google Keep is more popular than Zoho Notebook

Now let's look at the recent activities of our competitors:

- Zoho launched Notebook for Web (in 2017)
- Zoho Notebook 3.0 adds File Card, Web Clipper for Safari, Import from Evernote (in 2017)
- Google Keep joins G Suite, gets integration with Docs (in 2017)
- Zoho Notebook is available for Mac (in 2017)
- Zoho Notebook 2.0: Clip the Web, Sketch Ideas, Lock Your Notes (in 2016)
- Zoho Notebook relaunched as a mobile app (in 2016)
- Google Keep gets support for #labels (hashtags) (in 2016)
- Google Keep adds location-based reminders (in 2013)
- Google trolls users. Launches online notebook Google Keep (in 2013)
- Zoho launching Google Notebook competitor (in 2007)

Looks like Zoho Notebook was recently more active than Google Keep (at least in our news). We also found some news, in which Google Keep and Zoho Notebook meet head to head:

2017 - Zoho Notebook is available for Mac. Beware Google Keep

Zoho unveiled the version of its mobile note taking app Zoho Notebook for Mac. Notebook for Mac brings mobile-inspired gestures to the desktop, creating an intuitive experience. It works with the MacBook Pro’s new Touch Bar, enabling contextual buttons within the app.  You can navigate the entire app with gestures alone; if you have a trackpad you never have to make a single click. Simply hover over a notebook or note and pinch to open and close them; or two finger swipe to see more information, lock, or delete notes and notebooks. You can create checklists and audio recordings and add photos with dedicated Note Cards; mix and match note types as needed with the Text Card. Personalize your notebook covers by dragging an image from your desktop onto a notebook.

2016 - Google Keep gets support for #labels (hashtags) to take on Zoho Notebook

Note-taking app Google Keep intriduced a new way to organize and categorize notes, and now it’s as easy as using a #hashtag. This should help you keep track of to-do lists for a #trip or a collect your favorite #recipes, for example. Besides, the app now provides a Chrome extension that allows to add webpages to the notebook quickly. Just click the Keep badge to add a site’s link to a note, or select some text or an image and create a new note from the right-click menu.

2007 - Zoho launching Google Notebook competitor to win over Google Keep

The new online note-taking service Zoho Notebook is a direct competitor to Microsoft’s OneNote and Google’s Notebook tools, offering similar functionality in the way content can be added to the Notebook that you’ve grabbed from elsewhere on the web. Notebook enables you to add all kinds of content to your Notebook page, from audio or video, both of which can be imported from places like YouTube, or recorded directly to your Zoho Notebook. Content you find on the web can be selected, then right-click to send it to your Zoho Notebook page, or content can be imported by other means, such as RSS feeds. Zoho Notebook can also be used as a whiteboard. In true Zoho nature, there are several ways in which to collaborate and share information. Each item on your Zoho Notebook page can be shared individually, complete with permission settings for everyone the content is shared with.