Annotable: Annotation & Markup 4+

Image Annotation & Markup

凌 王

    • 4.6 • 811 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Annotable is the most full-featured all-in-one image annotation tool.

Featured by Apple in many places:
● Best of 2016
● New Apps We Love
● Best Apps to Edit Your Photos
● Best Productivity Apps
● Best Utilities

"I’ve finally found the best all-in-one image annotation tool for iOS – Annotable for iPhone and iPad." —— Federico Viticci of MacStories

Features (many are free, some are unlocked with purchases):
◉ All the expected common tools: rectangles, ovals, arrows, lines and texts.
◉ Fully customizable: colors, sizes, outlines, fonts…
◉ Stylishly obscure private information with Blur and Pixelation.
◉ Or on the contrary, highlight something with Spotlights.
◉ If you really want to focus on a particular spot use a Loupe.
◉ You can even highlight text on screenshots of apps like Notes, Twitter, and Safari. It feels like magic, and can really save the day when you want to share a web page screenshot with some words highlighted but forgot to select the words when you took the screenshot.
◉ Fully support Action Extension, Photo Editing Extension, Edits Sync via iCloud Photo Library, URL Schemes, 3D Touch, Wide Color…Annotable utilizes your powerful iOS system to the extreme.

Distinctions from many other similar Apps:
◆ All the results are high-resolution images.
◆ Not only screenshots but all images are supported.
◆ Large images can be directly annotated and do not have to be cropped.

What’s New

Version 2.10

- Support new iPhones and iPads
- Support latest iOS
- Improved UI on iPad
- Support keyboard shortcuts
- Update some icons inside app

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
811 Ratings

811 Ratings

Outdoor Janitor ,

Use in my biz constantly & make posters, greeting cards

I use this app (since I’m a frustrated commercial photo 2 year grad) to take nature photos and place Bible scripture on for eventual book(s) or sale as posters at craft shows “when I’m old” but especially to mark photos in my property maintenance work to add arrows, explanations to photos of damage, or in proposals to identify photos of my plans by number or letter for easier review by the customer. Choice of typestyles & ability to custom mix more muted colors than the default pallet is cool, takes a bit for an old fart to discover - ideas: an actual “arrow” graphic which could be turned 365° once added easier than using < and > and ^ symbols as I often do now; also: how about an automatic color sampling ability from a key location in a photo for type color to be immediately used without having to color mix with graphic display which some folks who are colorblind (not me!) or musical rather than visual, could use to custom-tailor their type colors?

CarlRJ ,

Why didn’t I start using this long ago?

I downloaded this a long time ago, but never got around to really trying it out - and now I see the error of my ways - Annotable is *awesome*! It combines the best features of Apple’s Markup tool and Skitch (especially the outlined text, which can hugely improve readability on varied backgrounds), and gives you lots of additional tools (the one that recognizes text in images and nearly highlights it is kind of magical), and lots of knobs to tweak to fine tune edits. This is the only image annotation tool I’ll ever need.

I’d like the ability to nudge items around a pixel at a time (with tony arrow keys), but the app already puts up a magnifier if you long press an item before moving it, which is almost as good.

AquaBlue81 ,

Easy to use & powerful. Pay what you need! My go to for years!

This app has been my go to for annotating photos since the built-in iOS feature debuted years ago! It’s intuitive, easy easy to use and has powerful features. just as important it has a very flexible business model which allows you to pay for just the features you use!

Until today, the app hadn’t been updated in two years. I started looking at the competition as I expecting it to break with the latest OS. None of the other apps compared in terms of features or price. In a world that has all gone subscription based this is a real gem. Try it now, you won’t be sorry!

App Privacy

The developer, 凌 王, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Some in‑app purchases, including subscriptions, may be shareable with your family group when Family Sharing is enabled.

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