Learn how to use Skitch to annotate, crop, pixelate and share your ideas.
Skitch gives you all the tools you need to get your point across faster the first time every time. Use an existing image or capture a new one, then add shapes, write on it, draw on it, annotate it any way you like, and save it to your Evernote account so that it is available everywhere Evernote is.
How Do People Use Skitch?
Heather, a gardener, captures images of landscapes then adds outlines, labels, and arrows to indicate where to place plants. She also takes photos of unhealthy plants and adds arrows to indicate areas where disease or bugs are evident.
Alex, an entrepreneur, makes screenshots of his company’s websites, annotates them, and shares revisions with his Web designer. He also used Skitch to draw out elaborate plans for his wedding proposal.
Russell, founder of an architecture firm, labels blueprints and photos, then saves them to Evernote. By using Shared Notebooks, he and his team can search the library of shared Skitch images and recall relevant notes on any device.
Get Skitch for All Your Devices
Skitch is available for the following platforms:
iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch