Screen-Grabbing Mac App Skitch Now Free, Also Available As Android App

Mac/Android: Skitch, one of the most popular screen capture tools was just bought today by the company that owns popular note-taking tool Evernote. What does that mean for us? The full version is now free (a $20 saving) and there’s a new Android app.

It looks like the Skitch Android app is more of a photo-taking and annotation app rather than a screen-grabbing one, unfortunately (Android really could use easy screen-grabbing).

But the completely freeness of Skitch on the Mac is very nice — no more ads, trial versions or restrictions. Plus, if you’re an Evernote user, now you have a more streamlined experience working with screen captures: drag them from Skitch into Evernote or drag photos from Evernote to Skitch where you can annotate them. Evernote promises much more is to come too. (It’s also good news for Aussie software development, given that Skitch is an Australian product.)

Evernote Acquires Skitch! [Skitch for Android Is Here!]

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