Google has pushed a small update for the Google Keep app on iOS, that adds a couple of useful features.
The app now has a Notification Center widget, which lets you quickly create notes from the notifications itself without first opening the app, and even access recently created notes.
The app also has support for share sheet, which means you can now mark text in Safari, for example, and then send it to Keep using the iOS share feature, and the text will be added to a new note in the app.
Lastly, the app also lets you copy notes to Google Docs. Just open a note and select the Google Drive option from the drop down menu.