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PDF Annotation Capability Finally Comes To Skitch For iOS

In April last year, someone posed a question in the Evernote forums regarding the arrival of PDF annotation in Skitch. Months later, Skitch cofounder and Evernote Senior Product Designer Keith Lang replied to this question. "We know lots of people want to open, annotate and output PDFs," he said. "Support for PDF is on the front burner and the gas is turned up full." Well, said support has just been added to Skitch for iOS. Skitch for iOS has just received its 2.5 update. And through this update comes the app's much-awaited and long-overdue PDF support. Sign in to Skitch 2.5 now to begin your 30-day free trial of the app's PDF support, enabling you to mark up PDF documents. If you're a premium user, you get full access to this new feature. [caption id="attachment_403359" align="aligncenter" width="270"] Skitch[/caption] Skitch's PDF support includes the following add-ons:
  • The new Summary makes it easy for others to see the annotations you've shared with them at a glance.
  • Stamps help you give feedback more quickly; place them to approve, reject, or call attention to parts of an image.
  • Tips for first-time users give you easy access to helpful resources.
Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 5.0 or later, Skitch 2.5 is available now in the App Store for free. Skitch is arguably the most popular screenshot editing and sharing utility app on iOS. In addition to annotating PDFs, Skitch supports adding shapes and text to images and sharing them online. Originally available on OS X, Skitch was released on iOS in December 2011, four months after it was acquired by Evernote. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
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