The Skitch update adds new features while taking away important older ones. It's an excellent way to quickly get your ideas across to someone, but it needs some work for it to become your go-to app for annotating images, Web sites, and maps.
Skitch's quick-and-simple photo annotations are certainly a nice addition to the Evernote suite of products, but we still wish it had a few more tools in its belt.
Skitch for Android has jumped to version 2.0, marking its biggest update since it was acquired by Evernote. We take a look at the new tools and completely refreshed interface.
With the Yosemite public beta now available, CNET takes a deeper dive each week with individual new features from the OS, this week continuing with Apple's Mail.
The Skitch app offers a simple layout to add comments to photos, maps, or just simple drawings.
Skitch, by Evernote, lets you create your own picture notes with photos and scribbles — and save them to your Evernote account.
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This may become a must-have iPad app for anyone who might ever want to mark-up an image.
The note-taking software company has an increasing emphasis on design. Part of it comes from watching Apple, the consummate consumer tech designer.
Evernote's Web Clipper is getting a slew of new features to change how you save anything from the Web.