Evernote has today released the all new Skitch 2.0 app for Mac and iOS that not only brings a re-designed UI and great new features for OS X and iPad, but also a brand new iPhone / iPod touch version. The iOS Skitch app is now a universal binary and is available as a free download in the iTunes App Store. The OS X version is also available for free in the Mac App Store.
Skitch 2.0 is fully integrated into Evernote, meaning everything you create or modify in Skitch is now synced to your Evernote account. Both the iPad and iPhone version have the same image annotation features. New features include pixelating images, cross-platform editing, a highlighter and more.
Below is the full changelog:
What’s new in Skitch iOS 2.0
? Skitch is now available on iPhone!
? Full Evernote Integration
Everything you create and annotate in Skitch is synched to your Evernote account and will appear together with all of your other notes.
? Create and edit across multiple platforms
Mark something up on your iPhone or iPad, then continue editing on your computer. Simply login to Skitch and all of your screenshots and images appear everywhere.
? Point something out
Take a photo, snap a webpage or start with a blank canvas, then use arrows, shapes and text to draw attention to what’s important.
Pixelate feature lets you protect sensitive information in documents, webpages and photos.
Share your images with friends and colleagues.
Grab the updates at the following direct links: