Evernote, that people know well as the digital memory storage service has announced that they've acquired Skitch. This Australia-based firm is better known for its Mac application, using which users can capture images and provide annotations. Evernote states that with its this first acquisition it aims to bring all individual services under one hood. Alongside its acquisition debut, Evernote has also rolled out Skitch for Android. The first Skitch mobile application would essentially allow users to capture, annotate and share images.
Skitch on Android
Additionally, the Skitch application is also available for Mac. Both these apps are available for free on the Android Market and the Mac App Store, respectively. A single tap on the Evernote app, once downloaded on an Android smartphone would send images from Skitch to Evernote, adds the company.
Publish date: August 19, 2011 6:30 pm| Modified date: December 18, 2013 8:22 pm