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Briefly: Updated Skitch adds AirDrop, Groupon 2.8 scans credit card

09/30, 3:25pm

Skitch app updated for use with iOS 7 only

Evernote's picture-taking communication app, Skitch, has been updated to run soley on the new iOS 7 platform. Skitch 3.0.1 lets users take photos and instantly embellish them with text, shapes, and freehand notations. Sharing marked 'snapshots' can now be facilitated by AirDrop, as well as email or SMS, and additionally users can post Skitch creations online to share with social media followers. Images can be saved to and shared from a link generated by Evernote. Available on iTunes, Skitch is free to download.

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Briefly: Skitch 2.0.3, Kanex Thunderbolt Cables

12/18, 5:09pm

Skitch for Mac gets update to 2.0.3

Evernote has released an update for Skitch for Mac, bringing the app to version 2.0.3. The new version brings back custom styles and colors, as well as an option to auto copy a URL once an image has been uploaded. It also allows users more flexibility in tool sizes, so that annotations can be in proportion to images. Evernote has also added more sharing options, making it easier to email, Message, tweet, or post from Facebook and iPhoto. The newest version is available for download directly from Evernote, and users that have downloaded the app from the Mac App Store will be receiving an update notification soon.

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Dolphin mobile browser gets Skitch, Evernote add-ons

01/24, 1:10pm

Skitch, Evernote extension arrive on Dolphin

The upgradeable Dolphin browser for Android devices has just received two add-ons from its makers. It now supports Skitch and Evernote browser extensions. The Skitch extension (free, Android Market) is a byproduct of the Skitch app and lets users make sketches on any web content found in the browser. It can be used to make notes on a map, text from a web page, classified ad, or more.

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Evernote snaps up Skitch, makes it free, goes beyond Apple

08/18, 6:20pm

App to support Android, now available for free

Evernote, the online note-taking service, has acquired software developer Skitch. The company's app, which currently is only for Macs, enables drawing and making annotations on screenshots. An Android compatible version has been announced, and is expected to be shipping shortly.

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