Evernote keeps making its image annotating app Skitch better and better. They’ve just released version 1.4, introducing several new features, which we’ll briefly explore in the text that follows.
First there’s support for Maps, so you can (for instance) easily show directions to anyone. Tap on the Maps icon in Skitch, then select some place on the map to drop a pin and mark a location. Now, mark it up with arrows, text and freehand lines, and once you’re done save it or share it with whomever you like.
Then there’s the ability to save images to an SD card, which was apparently one of the most requested features. Not for me though, since my Galaxy S II has 16GB of built-in storage and that’s more than enough for my needs.
The text tool has been improved as well and now when you start typing, the text will appear in place over the image. Moreover, you can drag the text to move it to a different location, pinch it to adjust its size — all without having to change to the finger tool.
Finally, some of the bugs have been squashed, further improving the app’s stability…
Skitch (FREE) [Android Market link]