Windows 8, 10 App Check: Skitch Touch
Quite a while ago we have given a full review to the official Windows 8 Evernote app, and we have also covered an important update that it has received. But there’s another app released by the Evernote app in the Windows Store – Skitch Touch.
If you have been using the touch version of Skitch Touch on another platform, such as Android and iOS and you now have acquired a Windows 8 tablet or other non-touch device, then you are probably looking to get the official Skitch Touch app from the Windows 8 Store (download link at the end). We go through its main features and what it comes with, so that you can know whether it’s just as useful as the service on other platforms.
Skitch Touch for Windows 8 is a useful collaboration tool
Skitch Touch is a free tool for communicating visually with friends, co-workers, and the world. Annotate images with arrows, shapes, text, and more. Use Skitch to sketch something new, mark up maps, screen captures, or even a photo. Then save or share your Skitch annotation to help others see and understand your ideas. Getting everyone on the same page has never been easier.
By using the official Skitch Touch app for Windows 8, you will be able to communicate easier with your friends or colleagues as you will be able to give a bigger meaning to a simple image, addign arrows, shapes, text to make up your point and transmit your message. You can even annotate maps, webpages, and screenshots, as well. And provided that the app is totally free, it’s a must have for everybody looking for the features that it brings.
You can use the Windows 8 Skitch app in a lot of situations and environments, such as travelling and adding text to the views that you make, modify a map to show exact directions to a certain place. Of course, to enjoy its full features, it’s easier to use it with a Windows 8 tablet that has a really good camera, as you it will produce a higher-quality image. Follow the link from below to get the app on your Windows 8 devices.
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