Skitch - Snap. Mark up. Send.
5,000,000 - 10,000,000 downloads
- Good screentouch response
- Sharing options & Evernote
- High-quality drawings
- Too simple
- It could become boring after a while
Skitch lets you write and draw on your pictures
Sometimes photos are too sober and what they need is a personal touch. Here you are Skitch, an app that lets you draw and write whatever you want in your pictures.
You can take a picture from the app or choose one from the gallery. After that, use you imagination to make original creations. From the "editor" menu you can choose color, pen and its stroke, insert text or draw a frame. You can undo, upload it to Evernote or share it by other means.
The app is quite simple but works properly. Actually its simplicity is its plus point: it's meant to do only that stuff, if you want something professional this is not your app. Screentouch response is great as well as the quality of the drawings. Evernote's team reliability. Recomended.
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. Or annotate a screenshot to communicate a change.
PDF Markup requires either an in app purchase or an Evernote Premium account.
Skitch uses the contacts permissions in order to populate the email field when sending a PDF. This permission lets Skitch use your local address book so you can easily send an email by simply typing someone's name.
More information about permissions at:
Hey, here’s what’s new and updated in this release:
- Update for install issues for older versions of Android
- Updated the sharing and saving experience to make it easier to save to your gallery or share to Evernote.
- Your most frequently used external share (Not Evernote or Gallery) will now show as a quick share/save option next to the Sharing icon
- Lots of bug fixes and performance improvements
Perfect little app to crop a picture, censor and highlight some bits. PDF support is limited though. Loading great files (30 MB, 350 slides) takes long and it does not have capabilities to edit prior PDF markup). Tl;dr: perfect for quickly annotating a
Compared to ez, Adobe and others this APP is really fast, but lacks S-Pen functionality.
It's a great
The app would be great for architecture students if it had an eraser tool, few brushes and colors in its palette.
I was looking for a todo list app which can also enable me to draw my todos. I use this app for drawing and then I can add the image to google keep later.
It is similar to Google Keep in the sense that it's good at what it does, but doesn't do much. I like the idea of it as a standalone app, not an extension of Evernote. Much like Evernote Hello or Evernote Food, it seems like a side podct that got popular.