Hi,please rather than creating a lesser clone of evernote, springpad etc stick to your core services which include Google Reader! That is my number one app/service and what brought me here. The explanation why to cut Google Reader is that Google want to stick to core services that is going upward in usage. Then after that this is publushed that for sure need a development team that may be as big as for Google Reader. I have put a lot if trust in Google including android phones in the family because of the integration of Google different services. When one of the core Google services is shut down I will for sure weight that in when my choice for next phone is to be done. Don't like Iphone, but at least Airplay is actually superior at the moment in comparison with miracast and DLNA. It just works. Again, please reconsider shutting down Google Reader. /Fredrik
What this guy says !!!
+1 for Fred!Pleas dump this useless stuff or make it right, eg. Springpad is 10 times better!Stick to what's actually is good and important, Google Reader! For me the importantst Google Service! I need it more than Google Search or Gmail, because for them exists good alternatives. And yes, i'm an actual G+ User, you don't have to shut the reader down to bring me over. BTW G+ can't replace the Reader a tiny bit.
Horrific timing...Because what the world was lacking was ANOTHER note taking app... Oh no wait, better news services is what the world is sorely lacking.
You already did this once. It was called Google Notebook. You killed it like so many other services. I took my notes to Evernote. I see no reason why I would go back to Google.
How long will this one last? #saveReader #PRdisaster
Seriously!? I'd rather carry around a dumbphone and an actual notebook than trust Google at this rate. Did you guys even bother doing market research on this?
Oh sure. After killing off Google Reader and Google Notebook we're supposed to start putting everything in Keep? Forget it. Evernote has my trust - Google does not.
I am very reluctant to use this to store notes, thoughts or ideas because Google might kill the app to "focus on other things". I am going to focus on other companies, apps and services to keep myself and my data safe from capricious business blunders.
I can't wait to leave my current note taking service (that I started to use after google killed Notebook) for couple of years, then go back to it once you guys shut down that one because it doesnt replicate any facebook feature. Seriously.
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