Skitch Now Available for Windows Desktop & Windows 8

Skitch Now Available for Windows Desktop & Windows 8

Skitch from Evernote, a well-known screen-capturing application with an integrated image editor that was previously available on Mac, iOS, and Android is now available for the most popular desktop platform, i.e. Windows. Skitch is a free application for Windows is completely free and works with Windows XP or later, including the latest version of Windows 8. Now , you can capture screenshots, add annotations and share them with ease using Skitch’s user-friendly interface and a collection of useful tools.

Skitch for Windows Skitch for Windows it is possible to capture a snapshot of your entire screen or an area of your choice and then make annotations such as arrows, text or highlight an area with different colors, crop images and more. The brand new Pixelate feature is a effective tool for hiding any sensitive or personal information simply by blurring a particular area. Another feature worth mentioning is the “Drag Me bar which allows you to instantly save images to your desktop. You can then incorporate your final images directly to an emailor other documents without having to save the images first. The process of saving the Skitch photo to Evernote is fairly simple when you’ve got Evernote installed for Windows installed.

A different variant of Skitch is also available, designed specifically to run on Windows 8. Skitch on Windows 8 takes advantage of the most powerful capabilities that are available in Windows 8 and runs in an Modern UI environment just like other applications that are available on the Windows Store. First of all, it comes with an entirely new interface, with the possibility of integrating maps into Skitch and then annotate them. Undo/Redo buttons that allow you to correct any error made while editing, easy export as well as a split-screen feature. Users of Windows 8 can install either one of the two versions, or both of them.

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Source: Evernote Blog

Bert Hoxton

Bert Hoxton