Google’s Keen App Gives You a Place to Curate Your Passions

Google Keen App

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Google+ is dead and Pinterest is whatever Pinterest is, so Google wants you to welcome in Keen, a new project from their experimental lab called Area 120. The basic idea here is that Keen provides you with a place to curate your favorite things either collaboratively or privately.

Keen opened up today as both a web and Android app that everyone can jump into. Signing-in only takes your Google account, so you can get started in a matter of clicks.

You’ll find a whole bunch of topics already on the service that you can follow and possibly add to, should you want to browse topics being gathered by like-minded folks. You could also start your own, make them private or share them selectively, and get to keening. That’s not what Google is calling it, I just needed to.

Once you create a new topic, Google will ask you for related items to help them offer you suggestions for your keen or whatever we’re calling them. You can choose the best items as a “Gem,” perform searches within Keen using Google Search, add links you already have, etc.

It’s a slick looking service, but in the end the success of it will depend on if anyone cares about another service to maintain that includes topics important in life.

Google Play Link

// Google



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