You can work with existing photos, screenshots, maps (very cool), take a new photo (if you have the iPad 2), web pages (there’s an internal web browser) or start from the blank sheet of paper. In terms of drawing tools, there are finger, pencil, arrows, text and shapes (circles, squares and lines). Moreover, you can crop your canvas to any size you wish, and trash any sufficient object with just a few taps.
Once you’re done editing, you can save your work to Evernote, or share it via Twitter, email or AirPlay (to mirror your iPad onto any screen with an Apple TV attached).
Evernote’s blog post ends with a promise that the iPhone version will be released shortly, too… And now’s the time for demo video. Enjoy!
Skitch for iPad (FREE) [iTunes link]