Skitch Comes To iPhone With Evernote Integration, Cross-Platform Syncing, Pixelation & More

Skitch Comes To iPhone With Evernote Integration, Cross-Platform Syncing, Pixelation & More

Skitch finally comes to your pocket!

Evernote has updated Skitch, its wonderful image editing tool, to make it a universal app, and to introduce a stack of new features. The app was previously exclusive to the iPad, but now you can use it to annotate pictures of your cat on your iPhone, too. What’s more, the update also brings full Evernote integration, cross-platform syncing, and more.

In addition to support for the iPhone, Skitch now boasts full Evernote integration meaning that everything you create inside the app will be synced to your Evernote account.

What that also means is, no matter which device you’re using — be it iPhone, iPad, or even your Mac or PC — you can access all of your images, because they’re synced across every platform.

Skitch also offers a new pixelation effect, which allows you to pixelate sensitive information in your images so that it cannot be seen; and now allows you to share your creations with your friends.

You can download Skitch version 2.0 from the App Store now using the source link below.

  • 3tino3

    I’m having problems installing this new app for iphone ( running latest software), it keeps freezing, not even able to open it.. Anyone with the same issue? Thx!

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