Like all Wednesdays, Google released updates for some of its applications in Google Play late yesterday. The newly updated applications are Google Keep, Play Newsstand and Play Movies & TV.
Talking about the Google Keep update first, the app now includes a refined user-interface, which brings it inline with other Google applications. Google has also added support for searchable images using OCR (Optical Character Recognition) as well as list settings, which can be used to set where you want your new notes or checked items to go.
In addition, Google has also introduced Trash in Keep, which will allow users to keep the deleted items a little longer, which is particularly useful when you want to retrieve a deleted item.
Coming to Google Play Newsstand update, Google has added tabs for topics in Read Now section for easier navigation, you can just swipe left or right for different topics. The slide-in navigation has also seen some tweaks.
Lastly, the update to Google Play Movies and TV app brings account switcher as well as tweaks to slide-in navigation like other Google Android apps. Other changes are unknown at this point as full change-log is not available.
All these app updates are being released in phases, which has become a common practice for Google. So, you will getting them over the next couple of days.