Skitch - Snap. Mark up. Share. 4+
- Offers In-App Purchases
See something that sparks an idea? Use Skitch to snap it, mark it up, and send it on in an instant. Your bold ideas stand out even brighter with Skitch.
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.
Skitch’s PDF Markup feature requires an Evernote Premium account.
An Evernote account is required to save to Evernote. All other capturing, mark up and saving and sharing functions are free and do not require an Evernote account.
You can now sign in to Skitch using your Evernote Business credentials. Your annotations will then be synced with your Evernote account.
Ratings and Reviews
Is it going away… or not?
I love this application for its simplicity and functionality.
Specifically, the ability to take a screen shot of an area of the screen and then hit a key combination to take another shot of THE SAME AREA. This is a huge timesaver for documentation purposes. Once I have my same-sized screenshots of a specific area, I can annotate them and write the instructions and everything looks nice and clean.
It does become rather sluggish and seems a bit buggy when you have nearly a thousand items in the Evernote notebook that Skitch is attached to, so I would like the abiity to limit the number of items that Skitch displays. Maybe that would speed it up a bit?
Useful for specific cases
I always love to markup my screenshots, I do about 20 screenshots per day complete with arrows and the like.
This application is reasonably good for "after the shot" markups but not so much with the initial shot. For my initial shots I typically use "Flameshot" as it allows me to markup right on the screen as I took the shot and allows me to simply save to clipboard instead of flooding my desktop with screenshots.
So I use this application for any screenshot I need to annotate AFTER it's been saved to the desktop and it's really good at that (quick arrows, quick text etc). The one thing I wish it had was an option to not warn me when exiting the app. Yes I know I'll lose the document unless I saved it, allow me to make that mistake and stop warning me!
Feature request? “Focus” tool to dim surrounding
I use Skitch all the time. My favorite tool is Command+Shift+C to copy and share into another app. I have no idea where to make a feature request as all of the forums on Evernote are, well, for Evernote. Here goes. I would be cool to have a tool that lets you select a section of a screenshot and dims the area not included in the select. Kind of like what you see when you use the crop tool except leave the selected area at full color and the non-selected area dimmed. If there’s a better place to make this request, please let us know. Also, this red—phew. Need to stare at something green now for 5 mins ;-)
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- Skitch Inc
- 25.6 MB
- Requires macOS 10.11 or later.
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