If you’re an Android user, one of the best note-taking apps for your phone that’s simple and lightweight to use would be Google Keep. The only problem with the app is that for some, it might be too simple where if you needed to format some text, Keep’s options are very limited in that aspect.
That could change soon, according to an APK teardown by the folks at 9to5Google where according to the teardown of the latest version of Google Keep, they discovered strings making reference to font sizes. This would suggest that Google could be working on an update that could allow users to change the size of their fonts in the app.
If this sounds familiar, it is because last month, 9to5Google did a teardown of the app and discovered some text formatting options that would be coming to the app in a later update. These options allow users to change the style of their text to bold, italics, and underlined. While these might seem simple and almost trivial, it might be greatly appreciated by users who are looking for slightly more advanced formatting options while using the app.
At this point in time, it is unclear when the changes are expected to roll out, but the addition of font sizes would suggest that Google is still working on the update, so we might still have some waiting left to do before it is ready for prime time.