Skitch Android update brings full Evernote sync

October 30, 2012
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The folks behind Skitch have just pushed an update to version 2.0 for Android out the door, and it brings some snazzy new features with it. There isn't too terribly much included in this update - which means the changelog isn't going to be a mile long - but what version 2.0 offers is worth checking out, especially if you use Skitch on a regular basis. Perhaps some of the most important changes include deeper Evernote integration, but you also have a couple new editing tools at your disposal, so read on to find out more.

As stated above, this update comes packing increased Evernote integration. Users can now take advantage of full Evernote sync if the much-loved app is installed alongside Skitch, which will prove to be quite handy for those who have always thought Evernote and Skitch go hand-in-hand. The developers of Skitch are also touting "improved integration with the Evernote app," but sadly don't get into detail about what has been improved.

Skitch users will also notice some significant cosmetic changes, as the app now has a redesigned user interface. There are also a pair of new editing tools for you to go nuts with: highlighter and pixelate. Both are pretty straightforward, as pixelate lets your obscure part of and image to keep private things private, and highlighter naturally allows you to mark up your notes, drawing attention to the important stuff.

Finally, with version 2.0, users can now view and edit Skitch notes made on other platforms, which is a big win for those of us who have Skitch installed on various devices and machines. Even better is that this update is available now from the Google Play Store [download link], so you don't have to wait for all of these new features to arrive. Be sure to have a look at our story timeline below for more on Skitch and Evernote!

[via SlashGear]


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  • bob

    Except that now it turns everything sideways just like evernote for android. Cannot believe this was broken as skitch was the easiest way to get properly oriented pics into evernote. Now everything is sideways and I need to use droidscan.