Skitch, the hugely successful productivity app for iPhone and iPad, has just been given a major update, bringing the ability to annotate web pages within Safari.
Users can download the latest update now. Fire up Safari and tap into your Share options, where you can add Skitch as an extension.
From there you’ll be able to squiggle out notes and mark up interesting pics and words, before saving them directly to the Skitch app for checking out later.
It means you no longer need to grab screens and then annotate them using the Skitch app. It’s a relatively small change that could save users a lot of time.
Skitch owner Evernote has made the change at a key time, with Apple’s own Notes app hitting headlines at WWDC. The latter was given a much needed overhaul this week, with the results seen in iOS 9. That update is due to hit public beta for iPhone users next month.
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