Skitch - Snap. Mark Up. Send.
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See something that sparks an idea? Use Skitch to snap it, mark it up with simple tools, and send it on in an instant. Your bold ideas stand out even brighter with Skitch.
People everywhere use Skitch to help them visually share their thoughts with others. Here are a few ways you can use it, too:
Mark up photos of silly, cool, or inspiring things you see and share them via social, email, SMS, and more.
Annotate photos of your backyard to plan out your vegetable garden.
Share a diagram of the earth’s layers and have students label it with you
Capture a map, mark it up, and share it with your friends to show them where you'll be.
Open a PDF and highlight changes to skip the lengthy, confusing email chains and give clear feedback.
Skitch’s PDF Markup feature requires either an in-app purchase or an Evernote Premium account.
What's New in Version 3.3
About the rating change: Due to new requirements by Apple, any app that enables web access is classified as 17+ unless that feature is removed or can be restricted. Skitch relies on what features are accessible via iOS, and therefore the web browser could be used to access any content depending upon the iOS configuration. We are investigating ways to solve this issue in order to bring the rating back down.
- Compatible with iOS 8.
- Bug fixes
I love this. I use the iOS version and the Mac version. Both are incredible.
The only reason I gave 4 stars is to alert the developers of a feature request:
When you take a photo with the system camera, iOS 8 lets you immediate share or open that new photo in an app that's "connected" to the camera.
Since I often don't think about Skitch as the photo-TAKING portion of the equation, I usually end up thinking "huh, I'd like to edit this in skitch now that I've taken it".
But I can't do that from the list of connected apps. I have to back out of the camera, search for the folder input skitch into, swipe over to library, choose my photo, THEN begin editing.
It would be great if you could just snap a photo with the system camera, hit "open in" and choose skitch, then be on your way to editing right away!
Please include this functionality of possible in iOS 8
I'm on iOS 8, iPhone 6, 128 GB
iOS 8? Please!
Can you please at the very least enable us to open a photo directly into skitch while in the main photos app. It's a lot easier than opening skitch and hunting for the picture.
I thought I would revisit Skitch to see where it had gone over the past year. This app is totally obscene compared to what it originally was. I am still yet to find a proper replacement. I will never forgive Evernote for what they have done to this app. For anyone unfamiliar with the ease of use and the simplicity that once was, You should count yourselves lucky for being spared having had such a useful app pried from your fingers by an inapt development team.
Practical studying made easy
As a biology/zoology student, we do a lot of dissections in class. To be able to take a photo in lab and put arrows to important features is invaluable. Studying for lab practicals were so difficult with scanning and notecards. Now I can put them all in one place with the Evernote app and easily reference the text diagrams next to images of the actual animal. I was so stressed before I found this app. Love it!
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Sep 17, 2014
- Version: 3.3
- Size: 30.1 MB
- Languages: English, Chinese, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Vietnamese
- Seller: Evernote
- © 2014, Evernote Corporation
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.
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