Skitch for Windows 10

Skitch for Windows 10 2.0.1128.6064

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Edit and annotate your photos

Skitch by Evernote aims to help you edit, annotate, and share your pictures easily. View full description

PROS

  • Ability to annotate and share easily
  • Ability to take pictures to edit
  • Easy sharing to Evernote

CONS

  • Doesn't take screenshots
  • Doesn't share to social networks
  • Very basic editing features

Good
7

Skitch by Evernote aims to help you edit, annotate, and share your pictures easily.

Skitch is a great screen capture application that is also available on Mac, iOS, and Android that integrates with Evernote. The goal Skitch is to help you quickly edit and share your screenshots and images quickly. Strangely enough, this early app preview of Skitch is missing the ability to take screenshots. You can still import your saved screenshots but disappointingly, there is nothing in the app that helps you take screenshots.

Other than that major omission, Skitch is a very basic photo editor. You can import photos from your Facebook, photos on your device, or you can even take a picture with your tablet's camera to edit. You can add text, draw an arrow or shapes, and draw on the picture. Alternatively, you can start with a blank page to draw with your finger or mouse.

Once you're done with your creation, you can export your work or quickly share to Evernote. Some users might be disappointed that there are no additional sharing features or services like Facebook or Twitter as well.

Skitch for Windows 8 has a lot of features to add before it can stand up to its other iterations on other platforms.

Changes

  • Portrait mode for tablets and rotated screens.
  • Improvements in sharing of large files
  • Various bug fixes

— User reviews — about Skitch for Windows 10

  • ProductivityNOW

    by ProductivityNOW

    "Great tool to quickly edit images to help others "get what you mean""

    This is an amazingly handy and useful tool when you need to help others quickly understand something with an image. More.

    reviewed on November 28, 2013