Google Keep is the app I probably use more than any other on my Pixel 5. It’s an app that does everything I need to save notes, create bookmarks, and set reminders for myself. It also has a lot of small “hidden” features that I use from time to time. For example, you can use to add voice notes to images.
To add a voice comment to an image in Google Keep you just open the app and tap the camera icon in the “take a note” field. Then, after taking your photo (or importing from your camera roll), tap the “+” icon in the lower left corner to add a note. You can choose to type a note or tap the microphone icon to record a note. Then just start talking. The audio file will automatically be attached to the note containing your image.
Sometimes a voice note conveys more precisely what a student wants to remember than a text note. Adding voice notes to pictures in Google Keep could provide students with a relatively easy way to take notes for themselves on a diagram or math problem you’ve shared with them.